Corporate manslaughter is a complicated area of law that requires plenty of evidence and scrutiny to challenge effectively.
‘Totting up’ relates to the accruement of points on your driving licence. Having too many points on your licence will lead to a driving ban.
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When an employee resigns they are required to give notice; the expressed period of time that they agree to continue working before leaving.
When overseeing workplace investigations, you need follow these seven steps to ensure that you’re prepared now and in the future.
If you’re a landlord looking to increase rent on a property that you currently let, you need to serve a section 13 notice.
The right of abode protects British and some Commonwealth citizens when travelling or living in the UK. But how exactly do you apply?
In law, the commorientes rule determines a presumption of survivorship for the purpose of defining the succession of an estate.
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