Tag Archives: Tenants Rights

Small Claims Court Fees

Small claims court fees are
just one of the many
considerations that you will
have to make when deciding
whether or not to instigate Read more...

Driving Offence

Driving Whilst Disqualified
Driving whilst disqualified is
not a minor driving offence.
People go to prison for
driving whilst disqualified Read more...

Advertising Standards Authority

Advertising Standards
Authority Within the UK there
are many regulatory bodies in
the media, financial services
industry and legal advice Read more...

Section 21 Notice

Section 21 Notice A section 21
notice is a notice that is
issued by a landlord who would
like to take back possession
of Read more...

Grounds for Divorce

Grounds for Divorce There are
many reasons that can be used
as grounds for divorce but
there are a number of
alternative routes other Read more...

Road Traffic Act

Road Traffic Act: A Summary
There are many different Acts
of the Road Traffic Act which
determine what constitutes an Read more...

Criminal Injuries Compensation

Criminal Injuries Compensation
Falling victim to a violent
crime can be a harrowing
experience for all those
involved. Victims in Read more...

Working Time Regulations

Working Time Regulations In
1998 Working Time Regulations
regulations were introduced to
regulate the time that
employees could spend at Read more...

Sale of Goods Act

Sale of Goods Act The Sale of
Goods Act 1979 was introduced
to offer greater protection to
consumers and/or purchasers Read more...

Fox Hunting Law

Fox Hunting Law Fox Hunting is
one of the oldest yet most
controversial sports which
dates back to the 15th Read more...

CPR Rules

CPR Rules (Civil Procedure)
Civil procedure rules (CPR)
are guidelines which have been
established to outline civil
procedures which are Read more...

Crown Prosecution Service

The Crown Prosecution Service.
History of The Crown
Prosecution Service. Up until
just after the end of the
first quarter Read more...

The Equal Pay Act

The Equal Pay Act The Equal
Pay Act was introduced to
prevent men and women carrying
out similar roles or duties in
the workplace Read more...

Health and Safety at Work Act 1974

Health and Safety at Work Act
1974 Health and Safety at Work
Act 1974 is often abbreviated
as The HASAWA although in
actual fact, Read more...

Retention of Title

Retention of Title and
“Romalpa” Although widely
known as simply “ Romalpa”
the full title of the case is
Aluminium Read more...

Consumer Rights

Consumer Rights For many years
now in the United Kingdom we
have had the various Sale of
Goods Act 1979 and Supply of
Goods Read more...

The Law of Tort

The Law of Tort What is Tort.
The word Tort comes from the
Latin “tortus” meaning
twisted or crooked. In English
law, it refers Read more...

Consumer Protection Act

Consumer Protection Act In
order to safeguard consumers,
The Consumer Protection Act
was introduced to provide
rights when purchasing a Read more...

Undue Influence

Undue Influence Undue
influence is a process whereby
parties who have entered into
a contract can be released if
they Read more...

Affidavit

Affidavit An affidavit is a
legal term which relates to an
oath made by an individual who
states that the Read more...

Sex Discrimination Act

Sex Discrimination Act Before
the Sex Discrimination Act was
established in 1975, The
Sexual Discrimination Act was
developed to offer Read more...

ABH

ABH (Actual Bodily Harm) Under
Section 47 of the Offences
against the Persons Act 1861
the offence of assault
occasioning Read more...

Sex Offenders Register

Sex Offenders Register
Established as a safeguard for
children and adults, the Sex
Offenders Register is a list
of individuals Read more...

Breach of Contract

Breach of Contract Breach of
contract is a legal term which
relates to a single or
multiple terms of an agreement
being broken. Any Read more...