There is little else that needs to be said about this. It is self-explanatory and is a total vindication of my action against De Hoedt to stop his lies and abuse. 284 more words
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In 2012, squatting in residential buildings in England and Wales became a criminal offence.
Before the law changed, a displaced occupier could call the police who had the power to arrest the trespasser, but the owners of empty properties were not protected as (unless damage was caused when entering) no crime was committed. 468 more words
By Rachel Harger DtRtP and Paralegal at Bindmans LLP
Yesterday on Tuesday 15th July 2014 the government’s draft legislation to introduce a residence test for legal aid was struck down by the High Court on the basis it is discriminatory and unlawful. 315 more words
‘Unauthorised, discriminatory and impossible to justify’ – the Divisional Court gives judgment on the Lord Chancellor’s civil legal aid residence test
Today (July 15th) a specially convened three-judge Divisional Court handed down judgement on the Lord Chancellor’s decision to radically alter civil legal aid eligibility rules by introducing a ‘residence test’. 1,383 more words