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Welcome To My Blog

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I have been wanting to create a blog for quite a few months now, and now that exams are over, what better time to start! 254 more words

Barrister

Retail tenant wins VCAT fight but gets nil damages and an adverse costs order

VCAT’s no costs presumption is more elastic in some parts of the tribunal than in others.

In building cases, the losers commonly pay the winners’ costs. 730 more words

Costs

Untitled

I like a good title. And no, I don’t mean the Your Honour or Mr Recorder type titles. Which is a good job because I do not like the idea of taking a comprehension test beyond the age of fifteen. 737 more words

Law

A Brief Note for Briefs

Joseph Markus from Garden Court North in Manchester, attended the CLSA and LCCSA Rally about Dual Contracts. He kindly agreed to produce this briefing note. Clearly he wrote it for publication before the General Election. 710 more words

Law

My Vote

The Constituency where I live is a pretty close contest between the LibDems and the Conservatives. It is so close that David Cameron wrote to me to let me know it was one of only 23 seats the Tories had to win in order to form a majority Government (quite why someone with this loose application of maths should be trusted with the economy is another story). 706 more words

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