Upper Tribunal leasehold cases – Nearly Legal

Posted September 18th, 2023 in housing, landlord & tenant, leases, news, service charges, tribunals by sally

‘Brief notes on some recent Upper Tribunal cases.’

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Nearly Legal, 17th September 2023

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‘Archaic’ UK law needs urgent update for self-driving vehicles, MPs say – OUT-LAW.com

‘The UK’s reputation as a “trailblazer” in the development of self-driving vehicles is at risk unless new laws are passed as a matter of urgency to better support their testing and commercialisation, a committee of MPs has said.’

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OUT-LAW.com, 15th September 2023

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Sharlotte Naglis death: No-consent blood test law earns council backing – BBC News

‘Calls by the mother of a girl killed by a drink and drug driver to change the law over testing blood without consent to speed up police investigations has been backed by her local council.’

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BBC News, 18th September 2023

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Claimant representatives furious at clinical negligence reform – Legal Futures

‘Claimant representatives have reacted angrily to the government’s decision to press ahead with fixed recoverable costs for clinical negligence cases that settle pre-issue for less than £25,000.’

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Legal Futures, 18th September 2023

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Charities can campaign on ‘issues that provoke strong emotions’ – watchdog – The Guardian

Posted September 18th, 2023 in birds, charities, Charity Commission, government departments, news, ombudsmen by sally

‘Charities should not hold back from engaging in political activity and on emotive issues on social media such as race or immigration, even where they risk triggering controversy, the voluntary sector watchdog has said.’

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The Guardian, 17th September 2023

Source: www.theguardian.com