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Charities are advised to act like businesses, as featured in New Law Journal's Charities Supplement.
Personal representatives (PRs) must take care not to make a distribution out of the estate of a deceased to a beneficiary who is or has been bankrupt. PRs could otherwise find themselves personally liable to the bankrupt’s creditors and compensation may be sought from them.
R. (on the application of Morge) v Hampshire County Council  UKSC 2
The case addressed the meaning of the term “deliberate disturbance” in the EC Habitats Directive and the duties of Local Planning Authorities (“LPAs”) to have regard to the requirements of the Directive in making planning decisions.