Monthly Archives: toommorelMay 2012
A useful video on the issues surrounding enforcing County Court Judgements in the UK.
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Within section 144 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, which
received Royal Assent on 1 May, is the new criminal offence of squatting.
This arrestable offence is punishable by up to a year in prison or by a fine of up
to £5,000 if the offender knowingly enters into a residential building as [...]
A law banning ”insulting” language and behaviour is impeding free speech and should be repealed, a campaign headed by a senior Tory MP David Davis said Section 5 of the 1986 Public Order Act was having a “terrible, chilling effect ondemocracy”.
Almost two-thirds of MPs back Mr Davis, according to a campaign which has brought together religious and secular groups along [...]
What does the law require for a couple to divorce or separate?
This video, answers questions frequently asked by people trying to navigate their way through the complex legal process of divorce.
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Is court the only way to get a divorce?
The above video provides some guidance on this by, answering questions frequently asked by people considering divorce or separation.
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How does a litigant in person also known as a LIP, go about starting to make an application in UK family proceedings?
The above video seeks to give some guidance on this topic and may be of assistance to anyone going through a similar situation.
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This video provides some free tips to students on making applications to law firm and barrister chambers.Read More ...
Half a million to lose payments under new plans
Iain Duncan Smith the work and pension’ssecretary, said he was determined to introduce reforms to disability allowances that could reduce the annual cost by £2.24bn.
Approximately 500,000 people in the UK who receivedisability living allowance (DLA) could no longer be eligible for the replacement personal independence payment (PIP) under [...]
With the increase in the small claims threshold and people generally having less to spend on legal services, there has been a surge of people going it alone and running the case to Court without Solicitors.
These people are referred to as Litigants in person, the above video is an exaple of this, Litigant In Person Jackie Rose talks [...]
Are you a car enthusiast?
Are you thinking about tinting your windows or have already done so?
In this short post we hav eincluded a video giving free legal advice on tinting windows.
Some window tinting companies do not explain the UK Law correctly ans some people do the tinting themselves with a home kit.
Vehicles with over tinted [...]