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Charity Report Highlights Need for Trustee VigilanceApril 25, 2017

The need for charities to exercise strict controls over the disbursement of significant sums was made clear in a recent report by the Charity Commissioners...

Charity Report Highlights Need for Trustee VigilanceApril 25, 2017

The need for charities to exercise strict controls over the disbursement of significant sums was made clear in a recent report by the Charity Commissioners...

Driver Need Not Enforce Wheelchair Space on Bus, Rules CourtApril 11, 2017

The Supreme Court has ruled on the long-running dispute between First Bus and a disabled passenger who sued the bus company after a driver declined...

Driver Need Not Enforce Wheelchair Space on Bus, Rules CourtApril 11, 2017

The Supreme Court has ruled on the long-running dispute between First Bus and a disabled passenger who sued the bus company after a driver declined...

Unexplained Delay Denies Right to Give EvidenceMarch 28, 2017

A recent case in which a litigant who waited more than a year to file its final defence against a claim had its late submissions...

Unexplained Delay Denies Right to Give EvidenceMarch 28, 2017

A recent case in which a litigant who waited more than a year to file its final defence against a claim had its late submissions...

Bankruptcy Can Be a Fresh Start – But Only For Those Who Cooperate!March 3, 2017

Bankruptcy gives debtors the chance to wipe the slate clean and make a fresh start – but such opportunities are only open to those who...

Bankruptcy Can Be a Fresh Start – But Only For Those Who Cooperate!March 3, 2017

Bankruptcy gives debtors the chance to wipe the slate clean and make a fresh start – but such opportunities are only open to those who...

IVAs and Mental Capacity – Test Case RulingFebruary 21, 2017

Can individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs) be valid if debtors who enter into them lack the mental capacity to make rational decisions? In an important test...

IVAs and Mental Capacity – Test Case RulingFebruary 21, 2017

Can individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs) be valid if debtors who enter into them lack the mental capacity to make rational decisions? In an important test...