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Modernisation Of The List Of Improvements To Agricultural Holdings
We previously reported that the Tenant Farming Commissioner had recommended various changes to modernise the statutory list of improvements to agricultural holdings.
UK
20 Feb 2019
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Court Questions Fairness Of Interim Suspensions Effect Pending Outcome Of Appeals
The Court of Session has dismissed an appeal brought by a nurse (PB) against a decision of the Nursing and Midwifery Council's Fitness to Practise
UK
12 Feb 2019
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First Appeal By The General Medical Council In Scotland Refused By The Court
The first appeal brought in Scotland by the General Medical Council has confirmed that the court needs to find the original tribunal decision was ‘manifestly wrong' before it will interfere with the
UK
18 Jan 2019
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Some Clarity On Restraint Of Trade
The extent to which the law accepts covenants which restrict competition following a business acquisition has been fought through many a court.
UK
16 Jan 2019
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Legal Costs For Court Cases On Environmental Issues To Be Capped
Individuals who raise court actions in Scotland focused on environmental issues such as roads, energy developments and land use are to have any award of legal costs against them capped
UK
14 Dec 2018
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The Duty Of Care Applies To Non-Medics
Mr Darnley was assaulted by a blow to the head on the afternoon of 17 May 2010.
UK
11 Dec 2018
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Employers Will Be Liable For Deliberate Data Breaches By Employees
The IT worker uploaded the data, containing the personal details of 99,998 employees onto a file sharing website.
UK
11 Dec 2018
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Skilled Witnesses Should Not Have A Financial Interest In The Outcome Of A Personal Injury Case
The role, payment and impartiality of skilled witnesses in personal injury cases has come into sharp focus in a judgment of the Sheriff Appeal Court in a case where one of the skilled witnesses was instructed on a ‘contingency fee' basis, ...
UK
10 Dec 2018
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A Question Of Height: It's A Judicial Neigh For The Buyer Of A Competition Pony
In a dispute about the height of a pony bought for competition purposes, the Sheriff Appeal Court has found that the seller of the pony had neither breached the contract of sale nor made a misrepresentation about the pony's height to the purchaser.
UK
10 Dec 2018
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Whose Loss Is It Anyway?
Mr K had two terms loans and one revolving credit agreement with RBS.
UK
10 Dec 2018
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