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FREE CHAPTER from ‘A Practical Guide to Antisocial Behaviour Injunctions’ by Iain Wightwick

07/08/2019

CHAPTER TWO SATISFYING THE THRESHOLD TESTS KEY POINTS Distinction between housing and non-housing related conduct ‘Non-housing related’ conduct ‘Housing related’ conduct Location is immaterial What amounts to nuisance or annoyance? Nuisance or annoyance through noise Non-housing related conduct “Harassment, alarm or distress” The burden and standard of proof Distinction between […]

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A Practical Guide to New York Construction Accident Claims

18/07/2019

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. Visiting or working on a construction site in a city like New York comes with many dangers. Even though these risks are known and understood, it doesn’t mean that you don’t have the right to be compensated if you […]

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What Is An Appellate Attorney & When Would You Need One

01/07/2019

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. Many things can happen in life – some good, some bad, some get lucky, and some don’t. You know what they say, life is like wheel. It turns around and around, repeating the same motion again and again. Sometimes […]

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It Pays to Know Your EU Passenger Rights

11/06/2019

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. Travelling by air has become affordable, efficient and accessible for many passengers around the world. However, along with the relative ease of this type of travel come the inevitable mishaps which can at best, delay your journey and at […]

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FREE CHAPTER from ‘A Practical Guide to Crofting Law’ by Brian Inkster

11/06/2019

CHAPTER ONE CROFTING LAW HISTORY AND LEGISLATION Highland Clearances and the Crofters’ War Crofting Law came about as a result of the Highland Clearances that were carried out during the 1800s. Landowners cleared tenants from their land, to make way for large scale sheep farms and deer forests, sometimes with […]