parking on the pavement. what's the law

Pavement Parking – are you breaking the law?

Posted by admin on November 14th, 2017

A quick nip to the house, shops or more – tired of searching for a parking? we’ve all done it – parked on the pavement and not left enough room for pedestrians. As with most things, the capital city seems […]

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Legal Loophole lets developers build less affordable housing

Posted by admin on November 7th, 2017

Property developers are using a legal loophole to get out of building thousands of affordable homes, particularly in Manchester. The housing charity, Shelter created a report to investigate property development and found that ‘viability assets’ reduced the number of homes built […]

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Robot Lawyers – A possible Future?

Posted by admin on November 1st, 2017

While most industries can predict that sometime in the future a robot would do their job, the future of more skilled jobs has often not felt the creeping shadow of technology. However, last month a competition was held between a […]

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Who will inherit if there is no will? – Rules of Intestacy

Posted by admin on October 31st, 2017

When someone dies without a will, their property will be shared out according to the rules of intestacy. Anyone who dies without a will is called an intestate person. Creating a will is important to ensure your estate is passed […]

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Online Divorce

Get a Divorce Online – Divorce Law News

Posted by admin on October 31st, 2017

Get a divorce online – New online Application process The justice system is having a rehaul worth £1 Billion, and it includes a new and innovative scheme that will allow couples to get or initiate their divorce application online. Its […]

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Bonfire Night – The UK Firework Law

Posted by admin on October 31st, 2017

Fireworks, bonfires and gunpowder- 5ths of Novembers are always one to remember. While many look forward to the evening of sparkles by putting on firework shows or family bonfires its important to remember the law at all times. Needless to […]

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Northern Ireland’s Strict abortion laws under scrutiny

Posted by admin on October 25th, 2017

The UK’s highest court – the supreme court will hear a case about the strict abortion laws in Northern Ireland and how they are in breach of a woman’s human rights. Currently, all forms of abortion are illegal and anyone […]

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evidence

Landmark Case – Two-Year-Old Victim Gives Evidence

Posted by admin on October 13th, 2017

In a landmark court hearing, a two-year-old has testified against her abuser becoming the youngest person in the UK to testify in a criminal court case. The man in question was sentenced to more than 10 months in prison for […]

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What risk does Brexit pose on your employment rights?

Posted by admin on September 29th, 2017

As Brexit negotiations continue, the ever growing concern over whether EU law such as paid holidays, health and safety, and paid parental leave will be transferred over to UK law. The government has promised to protect all worker rights, however […]

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PIP

What is PIP and how can it help me?

Posted by admin on September 29th, 2017

PIP stands for personal independent payment and is given to anyone between the ages of 16 and 64 who have long term illnesses or disability and need maintenance for daily activities. PIP has replaced the previous scheme of disability living […]

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