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The venture had a convincing ‘suit’ and
an ‘apparently’ coherent...
The scope of the Data Protection Act 1988 is more
certain than the effect, internationally, of differing standards of
European legislation on a global...
A change to the information available on a land or
charge certificate comes into effect from this Saturday, 1st April.
The implementation of the Land...
Imagine that you just returned to your desk after a
rather good lunch. Feeling relaxed you are beginning to wonder
whether you could get a slightly earlier...
Post Pensions Act trustees need to pay attention
to the detail of fund manager contracts writes Andrew
Following a recent beauty parade, for...
Clause 113 of the Finance Bill provides that
instruments (eg conveyances, transfers and leases) executed on or
after 28th March 2000 will attract the...
The ritual of a stamp duty increase in a Gordon
Brown Budget took place on Tuesday. The rates of stamp duty were
increased to 3% for sales...
Following a decision by banks on 29th February to
impose extra charges for using their ATMs on customers other than
their own, Stephen Byers held talks...
12.1 The Government is seeking views on the problem
of high boundary hedges in a consultation paper "High Hedges:
8.1 The National Consumers Council has called on
the Government to replace voluntary guidelines on "green" product
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