Author Archives: Lloyd Barrett

Squatters Rights

Squatters Rights The term
squatting is used to describe
when an individual
deliberately enters a property
without permission and has Read more...

Tenants in Common

Tenants in Common The phrase
tenants in common refers to a
situation where two or more
people purchase a property.
Where you co-own a Read more...

Without Prejudice

Without Prejudice If you have
ever received a formal letter
in relation to a dispute you
may have seen the Read more...

Duty of Care

Duty of Care Duty of care
applies to many different
areas from care giving through
to legal services. The term is
used to describe Read more...

Dangerous Dogs Act 1991

Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 (DDA)
Just because a dog may be
particularly good-natured
doesn’t necessarily mean
that it is not Read more...

Racism in Football

Racism in Football Racism in
football and society in
general is strongly
discouraged and in recent
years there have been Read more...

Environmental Protection Act 1990

Environmental Protection Act
1990 The Environmental
Protection Act 1990 relates to
how waste is managed and how
emissions into the Read more...

Distance Selling Regulations

Distance Selling Regulations
Even if your business sells
products or services to
customers over the internet,
there are rules and Read more...

Bullying in the Workplace

Bullying in the Workplace
Bullying in the workplace is
something that no employee
should have to encounter and
businesses are Read more...

What is a Clause?

What is a Clause? When it
comes to contracts, you may
often wonder what is a clause?
A contract clause is in its
most Read more...

Involuntary Manslaughter

Involuntary Manslaughter
Involuntary manslaughter
occurs when an unlawful act
results in the death of
another or when the death is Read more...

Crown Court Listings

Crown Court Listings Crown
court listings are simply
lists of cases that are heard
by a court in any one day. The
majority of Read more...

Speeding Fines

Speeding Fines Speed cameras
are certainly controversial.
Whether you think they are
useful to encourage safe
driving or they are Read more...

Employment Tribunal

Employment Tribunal If a
serious dispute has occurred
within the workplace or you
are unfairly dismissed and it
cannot be Read more...

Contract of Employment

Contract of Employment A
contract of employment is an
important document which is
drafted between an employee
and an employer. Read more...

Breeding Dogs

Breeding Dogs There are two
Acts which relate to breeding
dogs and selling them. The
first is the Breeding of Dogs
Act 1973 and Read more...

Human Rights Act

Human Rights Act The Human
Rights Act 1998 was introduced
to protect the rights of
individuals. This Act states
that Read more...

Sick Pay

Sick Pay As an employee
Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) can
be claimed if you cannot work
due to illness. Sick pay can
be paid Read more...

Children Act 1989

Children Act 1989 The Children
Act 1989 was introduced to
provide comprehensive
legislation that ensures the
developmental needs and
welfare Read more...

Judicial Review

What is a judicial review? A
judicial review is part of the
administrative law in England
and Wales and is a type of
court Read more...

Whiplash Injury

Whiplash Injury Road traffic
accidents are the most common
cause of a whiplash injury and
it results in the sufferer Read more...

European Court of Human Rights

European Court of Human Rights
The European Court of Human
Rights (ECtHR) was established
in 1959 and came about as Read more...

Making a Will

Making a Will Making a will is
one of those things that many
of us never give a second
thought, but they are so Read more...

59 Little Known UK Laws

As part of free legal advice
service we have dug up some
unusual and little known UK
laws that you might find
useful one Read more...