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CCJ Removal: How to Guide

CCJ Removal: How to Guide

Once a CCJ (County Court Judgement) has been put in place, it will be noted on your credit record for a period of 6 years. At the end of the 6 years, the CCJ...

What is a CCJ?

What is a CCJ?

A CCJ (County Court Judgement) is a court order issued to a person or business that has failed to pay money owed to another party. CCJs apply in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. In...

What is the Pre Action Protocol?

What is the Pre Action Protocol?

Pre action protocols (PAPs) are the procedures that anyone who is involved in a dispute that may lead to a civil claim being brought to court is expected to follow before entering into court...

What is COSHH? (An Employer’s Duties)

What is COSHH? (An Employer’s Duties)

The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH) places responsibilities on employers to control the storage and use of substances that present a hazard to health. Hazardous substances are used within a...

Codicil: Changing Your Will

Codicil: Changing Your Will

Where your personal circumstances change, for instance, through marriage or having a child, you may decide to make a small change to your existing will. In this scenario, adding a codicil to your will...

How to Sue a Company

How to Sue a Company

If you have been let down by a company, the law may allow you to enforce your rights and be compensated for any losses or injuries that have resulted. The legal process you will...

Manual Handling Regulations (A Guide)

Manual Handling Regulations (A Guide)

The Manual Handlings Operations Regulations 1992, later amended by the Health and Safety (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2002, places a legal requirement on employers to avoid dangerous manual handling, to assess any risk of injury...

Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) – FAQs

Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) – FAQs

A conditional fee agreement, or CFA, is an alternative funding arrangement for those not wanting or able to fund legal representation up front. Commonly referred to as ‘no win, no fee’ arrangements, a CFA...

Premises Licence Application Guidance

Premises Licence Application Guidance

If your business or organisation is involved in a licensable activity, including the sale and supply of alcohol, you will need a premises licence or other similar authorisation from the licensing authority. Below is...

What are Particulars of Claim?

What are Particulars of Claim?

The Particulars of Claim provide the claimant’s statement of case in personal injury and clinical negligence claims. They set out the factual and legal basis upon which the claimant is seeking to claim against...

Practice Direction on Pre Action Conduct

Practice Direction on Pre Action Conduct

A Practice Direction contains practical advice on how to interpret the Civil Procedural Rules (CPR). In England and Wales civil litigation is governed by the Civil Procedure Rules (‘CPR’). These represent a single code...

Seat Belt Law Explained

Seat Belt Law Explained

Under the Motor Vehicles (Wearing of Seat Belts) Regulations 1993, the seat belt law states that anyone travelling in a car or other road vehicle must wear a seat belt, with the enforcement of...

How to Make a Personal Licence Application

How to Make a Personal Licence Application

Under the Licensing Act 2003, every sale of alcohol from licensed premises in England and Wales must be authorised by a personal licence holder. The following guide looks at the eligibility criteria when making...