Category: Articles
13
Feb
19
In Wells v Devani [2019] UKSC 1106 the Supreme Court has ruled that it is possible to imply a term into an agreement to render it sufficiently certain to constitute a binding contract.

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12
Feb
19
“After the Civil Liability Bill received Royal Assent on 20 December 2018 the Lord Chancellor has 90 days to start a review of the rate and then must determine the rate within 140 days of the review ...

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08
Feb
19
The Government has published its (long overdue) review of LASPO Part 2. It's worth a read in full, though probably the most important points to take from it are: 1) the Government is largely satisfied ...

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07
Feb
19
The Claimant alleged that he had fallen over a temporary road sign. In his CNF he alleged that the time of the accident was 7pm. In his witness statement and Part 18 responses he stated that the ...

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06
Feb
19
The report The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee published on the 31st January 2019 a report entitled "Impact of social media and screen-use on young people’s ...

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03
Feb
19
Throughout the course of litigation, inconsistencies in a claimant's, or a defendant's, evidence may crop up. Often, parties may lay the blame for any inconsistencies in their evidence at their ...

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30
Jan
19
This case arose as a result of the Claimant alleging that she had fallen down a single step which was dimly lit in a clubhouse of the Defendants premises. Facts The facts ...

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25
Jan
19
Ian Stebbings successfully defends major national holiday park in public liability claim. The Claimant alleged that she had fallen ...

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16
Jan
19
Cases discussing Part 36 offers usually concern whether they were accepted after expiry of the relevant period, their withdrawal and the costs associated with their acceptance or rejection. But what ...

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09
Jan
19
The news that the Civil Liability Act 2018 received Royal Assent on 20th December 2018 may have passed many by due to the Christmas Holiday period. Now that ...

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