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Completing the Works in accordance with the
Construction contracts usually impose an express
duty on the contractor to complete the works by...
Imagine that you are the proud owner of a newly
constructed swimming pool – with peeling paint. Or that you
paid for a footbridge which is fine as long...
Sir Michael Latham has been appointed to undertake
the government's promised review of the Housing Grants,
Construction and Regeneration Act 1996. A...
Changes to the Town and Country Planning (Use
Classes) Order 1987 will be introduced this summer. These changes
have been introduced following a public...
Naomi Campbell v Mirror Group
In the first major case to test the balance between
freedom of expression in the press and individual privacy...
Where an adjudicator makes an error in his
decision that is within his jurisdiction but potentially vitiates
his decision, the Courts may order a stay...
The National Insurance Contributions and
Statutory Payments Act 2004 received Royal Assent on 13th May
2004. This Act amends the Social Security
The trustees complained that the employer
had wrongly failed to agree that members of the scheme were
entitled to guaranteed pension...
On 29 April Baroness Scotland, Home Office Minister of State, reaffirmed the government's commitment to introduce legislation for a new offence of Corporate...
The complainant was paid a monthly sum by
his employer since his retirement in 1977. The
respondent wrote to the complainant stating...
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