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The definition of a contract for the sale of goods under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 is one in which the seller transfers the property in the goods to the buyer for money consideration, i.e. the price.
In Brooks & Anor v Armstrong, joint liquidators applied for orders against directors of the insolvent company under section 214 of the Insolvency Act 1986.
In Stevensdrake Ltd v Hunt & Ors the liquidator of Sunbow Ltd, Mr Hunt, had brought a claim against Sunbow’s former administrators.
An article documenting the extent of ownership of British Land through offshore entities, shows just how far there is to go to improve UK corporate transparency...
Food and drink: legal changes ahead download
Changes relating to the food and drink sector expected in the next 18 months...
The dverted profits tax (DPT) is a new tax introduced by the Finance Act 2015. It is an anti-avoidance measure targeted at multinationals trading in, or at least with, the UK.
Adopting these suggestions may help to avoid a security breach in the first place or, if that fails, lessen the damage should a breach occur.
Boost for housing supply but scarce employment space will be lost.
Where data is passed to third parties companies must ensure they have express opt-in consent.
Real estate: overvaluation and loss download
Limitation in negligent overvaluation claims brought by banks.
Laws are in place to put consumer protection first – and consumers know it.
A recent case has highlighted some potentially serious hurdles for defamation claimants.
Owners should begin the process well ahead of time to achieve a successful outcome.
Ruth Bamforth, an associate in Walker Morris’s pensions team, explains to PMI tv what the Budget proposals mean for pension schemes.
How can companies respond?
Justin Coley shares his observations arising from the amended forms N120 (Particulars of Claim for mortgaged residential premises) and N123 (Mortgage pre-action protocol checklist).
In Cowling v Worcester Community Housing Ltd, errors by the court have left a tenant in difficulties in a recent residential service charge challenge.
Nnew advice and guidance has been published for vloggers on how to ensure they do not unwittingly contravene consumer protection legislation or the CAP Code.
Also: defining ‘building’ in planning policy; and more...
Notices served in the first four months of an assured shorthold tenancy will be invalid, and other changes...