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The draft Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 are in the process of being approved by Parliament. This briefing highlights the key changes.
In February the Court for the first time granted a partial stay due to the paying party’s financial difficulties. This was considered to be a rare case but it is likely that we will now see parties seeking to persuade the Court that their circumstances also merit a partial stay.
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Dramatic increases in the fees payable to the court when issuing a claim came into force on Monday 9 March 2015.
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Interest free instalment credit’s exemption from regulation has been extended.
Since 6 April 2011, when a special exclusion order was revoked, all land agreements are subject to UK competition law.
The Insurance Act 2015 introduces key changes to commercial insurance contracts, covering the duty of disclosure, warranties and the remedies that insurers have for fraudulent claims.
Some in-housers are thinking of extending their reach. The Legal Services Board is concerned that restrictions on their ability to do so might impose costs, frustrate choice and adversely affect access to justice.
After the 2013 horsemeat scandal, the ‘nuts for cumin’ affair puts traceability and record-keeping back in the spotlight.
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