What is Chancel Repair Liability? Chancel Repair Liability stems from medieval times and is the liability of a landowner to pay for the repair of the chancel of a parish church. It was generally considered to be of academic interest only, until it shot to prominence about ten years ago when Andrew and Gail Wallbank, […]
A recent High Court decision provides a warning to company directors who move abroad without updating their address for service on the register of directors. The claimants served the claim form on the defendant (a former director of the claimants) by delivering it to two addresses in England, which he had listed on the register […]
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has upheld an employment tribunal decision that three e-mails raising concerns about the dangers of driving in snowy conditions together amounted to a qualifying disclosure for the purposes of the whistleblowing provisions of the Employment Rights Act 1996.
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