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School Accident Leads to Compensation for Teacher

Sometimes, the danger of accidents lurks in unexpected places in a working environment. Recently,...

No Will Means Negotiation to Decide Estate Split

A professionally drafted will is something every adult should have. Not only does it provide...

Share Sale Tax Avoidance Scheme Fails the Reality Test

Judges interpret tax statutes in the real world and are experienced at looking beyond the detailed...

Company Can Reclaim VAT on Director's Legal Bills

Companies understandably may wish to provide financial as well as moral support to their directors...

Insurer Not Liable Where Driver Unidentifiable

In order to sue someone, they have to be served with a notice of claim unless the service of the...

NHS Not a Soft Touch for Claims

When a person is injured through the negligence of another, compensation may be due and, given the...

High Court Rules Against Right to Rent

The legislation that introduced the Right to Rent scheme, which went live in February 2016 and...

Woman Who Assisted Husband's Suicide Can Inherit Estate

The law in the UK is not supportive of people who assist, however unwillingly, those they love who...

Company Director Banned for Ignoring Obligation to Pay Tax

Directors of struggling companies all too often place payment of tax at the bottom of their...

Court Denies Widow the Right to Challenge Trust Arrangements

Trusts have been gradually falling out of favour, according to a recent report. It is thought that...

Patent Invalid if No Novelty

One of the key requirements for a patent for a technical process innovation to be successfully...
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