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When a property is purchased it usually has to be registered at HM Land Registry. The registration gives details on the title plan ofthe location of the property’s boundaries. In the majority of cases these boundaries are not fixed but give a general indication of where the boundary between properties lies. This can cause problems for...
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The Crime and Courts Act 2013 inserted a new section 5A into the Road Traffic Act 1988 (RTA), which makes it an offence to drive, attempt to drive, or be in charge of a motor vehicle with a concentration of a specified controlled drug in the body above the specified limit. The offence came into force...
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What is TUPE? TUPE refers to the “Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006”. The TUPE rules apply to organisations of all sizes and protect employees’ rights when the organisation or service they work for transfers to a new employer. If the business relocates, do you have to relocate? Ordinarily, if an employer moves the...
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The landmark draft Domestic Abuse Bill was published on Monday 21 January 2019. The aim is to support victims in bringing their offenders to justice. This comes at a time where domestic abuse costs the Country £66 billion every year and approximately 2 million adults experienced domestic abuse in 2017. What will this achieve? This would...
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What are digital assets? They include, but are not limited to, files; emails; documents; photographs and videos but also include assets such as reward cards, social media accounts (Facebook), online bank accounts, online payment accounts such as PayPal and bitcoin / cryptocurrency. It is important to consider the following regarding digital assets:- What happens to my...
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