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Following the recession, legal aid cut backs and poor economic conditions have led to an increasing number of LIPs being seen in the courts as people struggle to pay for legal representation.
Down by 27 per cent last year.
The Consumer Rights Act 2015 seeks to open up private enforcement of competition law in England to a wider class of claimants.
Can inconsistent treatment alone lead to a finding of unfair dismissal?
A prudent buyer should ensure that restrictive covenants are negotiated prior to completion.
Landlord, not tenant, benefited from “the spontaneous actions” of Banksy.
Two new cases confirm that the court has a wide discretion to order relief from forfeiture, even when the breach(es) of lease concerned are deliberate.
Case law confirms that HR is essential to supporting management when dealing with employee relations issues; however there is a clear difference between supporting a process and influencing a decision.
Imagine a world where, at the tap of a smartphone, other people can rate you personally. It’s coming.
The Court of Appeal has given further guidance on the use of ‘business sense’ in the interpretation of commercial contracts.
There is already a significant difference in Employment Tribunal (ET) procedure north and south of the border and there is more to come!...
…without the superior landlord’s consent.
A lender in Scotland requires to take ‘reasonable’ steps to agree proposals with their customers before embarking on court proceedings for possession of a residential property.
Managed Services Ltd v Edwards v Anorshows that if the employee is connected to the organised grouping for administrative purposes only then they are unlikely to be assigned.
Fine shows sentences are likely to be a lot higher than before, and far more consistent.
The High Court decided a lender was entitled to rely on the equitable doctrine of mistake to set aside the discharge of a mortgage and undo the cancellation of a registered charge over borrowers’ property.
The law provides that if you would like to move a child from their main country of residence, the consent of the other person with parental rights should be obtained first.
There are now a range of options for resolving a dispute between a consumer and a trader.
A recent case has offered hope to employers who fail to take action following allegations of gross misconduct straight away.
When a contract has been entered into as a result of a misrepresentation, can the contract can be rescinded or is the party limited to claiming damages?