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Claimants should ensure their process server is familiar with the rules on personal service.
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Schemes that need to reconcile Guaranteed Minimum Pensions should act fast.
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Defendant tried to find reasons not to comply with an adjudicator’s decision...
When faced with a hostile mortgagor, a lender should be aware of their powers.
An inventive and thought-provoking submission to the inquiry from the Employment Tribunals themselves...
In September 2014 the Civil Procedure Rules Committee launched a consultation to seek feedback on a draft pre-action protocol for debt claims.
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Contract clauses may not be sufficient to exclude parties’ liability.
Case shows that when taking security, proper attention should be paid to any prior notices in the register.