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Entering properties to fit a prepayment meter – what test should the Magistrates apply when granting a warrant?
In this article I highlighted that the Act is limited in scope and did not offer much guidance on how the Act is to be interpreted and applied. There has also (until my case below) been no judicial guidance on the correct application. The Magistrates Court Guide provided little assistance either.
With the financial sanctions imposed against Russia has been widening and deepening over the past year, more and more businesses and investors have paid attention to the regulatory obligations for compliance.
Court of Appeal dismisses challenge to major permission for re-working of waste in the green belt (R (Whitley PC) v North Yorks CC)
Planning analysis: The Court of Appeal rejected a challenge to a decision by a County Council to grant planning permission for the extraction of pulverised fuel ash from a site within the green belt.