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Reasons Why to Hire a Defense Lawyer


Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. Robbery, burglary or thefts are criminal offences. Robbery deals with acquiring someone’s property intentionally with force, violence, threat, by using deadly weapons or intimidation and by depriving the owner of that property. Robbery is different from theft or burglary […]

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Understanding the Scope Of The Tenant’s Responsibility To Repair (free chapter from ‘A Practical Guide to the Law of Dilapidations’ by Mark Shelton)


CHAPTER ONE UNDERSTANDING THE SCOPE OF THE TENANT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO REPAIR Content This chapter examines the extent and nature of the tenant’s repairing obligation, including considerations as to interpretation. It also looks beyond the general covenant to repair, to consider other covenants which are relevant to the physical condition of […]


Certificates of Lawfulness


At its simplest Certificates of Lawfulness concern two sections of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990. Such a simplistic approach would, however, do the topic a disservice as there are a number of other sections that are engaged including the definition of development as well as the obvious link […]