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In a landmark decision, the House of Lords has unanimously ruled
that the Inland Revenue has no power to require a taxpayer to
deliver up documents protected...
The Financial Services Authority (“FSA) has recently
published a consultation paper (CP 133), which deals with the means
of access to criminal records.
The Data Protection Act 1998 (the "Act") has been in force for over
2 years, and most companies have now introduced policies to deal
with its requirements....
On 2 April 2002 sections 723B-F Companies Act 1985,
and regulations made under these sections, came into force:
together, these sections and...
The Practitioner Panel reports that its principal functions are:
To monitor FSA’s efficacy as seen by industry;
Communicating issues of general concern...
FSA’s Approach to Financial Promotions (April 2002) and
CP132: Presentation of past performance and bond yields in
Financial Promotions (April 2002)
Building the New Regulator – Progress Report 2 (February
2002) and Our Approach to Performance Evaluation (January 2002)
These two documents shed some...
It is common practice that a UK regulated takeover offer will be
made subject to various conditions of a commercial nature,
including there being no...
The Chancellor has announced proposals that will radically alter
the face of stamp duty. Measures will be introduced in the Finance
Bill 2002 designed...
With effect from 22 March 2002, the Government has removed the "20
partner limit" in relation to UK limited partnerships which are
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