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Packing & Cracking ~~ a repost and reminder

 

Time for the DOJ to deal with this nonsense! old outdated complicit relationships that need to change

It is time to take Republicans onto the floor of Congress and wipe up the floor with their ideologies. 1,258 more words

United States

Eviction without court order: irrational answer to the wrong question

First they came for the squatters. Then they came for the illegal immigrants. Soon they will come for everyone in rented accommodation. The Government’s apparent intention in the forthcoming Immigration Bill to allow landlords (in England) to throw illegal immigrants out without a court order matters less in practical legal terms (arguably it doesn’t make that much practical difference) than in terms of incursions into the principle that courts should oversee the relationships between landlord and tenant because of their inherent inequality.  1,058 more words

Law

Significant changes to merits tests from Monday

On the last day that Parliament sat before the summer recess, the Lord Chancellor laid a set of regulations making significant changes to the merits tests for civil legal aid. 534 more words

Civil

(Medical Law and Ethics) Handout 1.4 Public Law and the American Court System

I apologize for the delay everyone.  It’s been a little hectic for the past few weeks, but now that things have settled down a bit, I can return to my routine of transferring my notes and handouts.  3,237 more words

Notes

Who needs 'Rights' anyway?

The Conservative government would see the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA 1998) scrapped in favour of a ‘British Bill of Rights’. They want to unburden us from the pesky European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) meddling in our affairs. 738 more words

British Bill Of Rights

On Alert –TiSA is around!

In my neighbourhood the atmosphere is festive. And as a neighbour, I am sharing their happiness too. After years of gradual downslide into autocracy, Turkey has recently had elections (more… 515 more words

Human Rights

Fact-finding in Care Proceedings: Domestic Abuse, Re: BR (Proof of Facts) and Practice Direction 12J

Fact-finding in Care Proceedings: Domestic abuse & inappropriate chastisement:

Re: BR (Proof of Facts) and Practice Direction 12J

A large number of the care applications that I have dealt with over the years include an allegation that, because of the risk from domestic violence/abuse and/or inappropriate physical chastisement by one or both of the parents, it is not safe for the subject children to stay at home. 4,377 more words

Care Plans