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"Pay when paid" clauses in construction contracts were one of the principal vices outlawed when section 113(1) of the Housing Grants, Construction & Regeneration Act 1996 came into force in May 1998.
Academies established under the Academies Act 2010 are required by the provisions of their Funding Agreement to comply with special education needs obligations, which include a requirement to admit a child where the academy is specified in the child’s statement of special educational needs.
Following the tragic untimely death of the Duke of Westminster earlier this week, many will consider how the estate of the third richest man in Britain may only have to pay a fraction of the Inheritance Tax that would otherwise have been owed, had clever trust structures not been utilised.
In a recent case, The Health and Safety Executive v Wolverhampton City Council, the Supreme Court ruled that, when local planning authorities are deciding whether or not to revoke or modify a planning permission, they can take into account the compensation which they could be required to pay to the developer if they did so.
Back in 2011, the Government launched its Consultation on Modern Workplaces which looked at the ways to provide for a “culture of flexible, family-friendly employment practices in Great Britain”.
Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs), whether they are Property and Financial Affairs LPAs or Health and Welfare LPAs, confer extensive powers on Attorneys.
Earlier this year in our feature “Consultation on Tribunal Fees Launched” we discussed the Government’s consultation to the introduction of fees in the Employment Tribunals. This consultation closed in March this year, and on 13 July the Government published its response.
In November last year, the Government released its response to the Resolving Workplace Disputes Consultation, within which its proposals for the overhaul of the UK Employment law system were announced (see our article Overhaul of Employment Law from 30 November 2011).
A creditor and the debtor company can be in a tricky position following the presentation of a winding-up petition to the Court.