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Biodiversity Net Gain – is it relevant to pre 2024 planning applications?
In a recent appeal decision from the Planning Inspectorate outline planning permission was refused for the erection of a care home (Class C2) together with associated infrastructure, parking and access.
HMRC Investigation into alleged breaches of the National Minimum Wage – what you need to know?
These investigations can begin when any employee makes a complaint to HMRC that they believe they are not receiving the correct National Minimum Wage.
Case update: Armstead v Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company Ltd (2024) UKSC 6
In tort, it is a well-established principle that a person owes a duty of care not to cause any physical damage to another person’s property.
Rise in Court Fees
The Government announce a consultation to increase over 200 court fees to raise up to an additional £42 million per year.
Warranty v Condition
Businesses and individuals alike enter into contracts frequently, whether it be for services or goods…
Mandatory biodiversity net gain (BNG): government publishes guidance on irreplaceable habitats
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has now published guidance on how…
How many ways are there to get out of a contract?
There are a number of different ways that a contract may be brought to an…
Quick guide to the developments in workers’ annual leave and pay
What was the law previously? What is it now?
Can A Company Reject Someone’s Request To Remain 100% Working From Home?
Can a company can reject someone’s request to remain 100% working from home?
There are many occasions when an organisation will need to conduct an investigation.