In a recent Court of Appeal case the owner of a long leasehold interest in a flat in a block of flats was held liable to compensate the tenant of his flat who had tripped over and injured himself on an uneven paving stone on the pathway to the front door to the block of flats. This was so even though the owner of the flat had no knowledge of the potentially dangerous state of the pathway.
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Legal expertise from Wake Smith Solicitors has helped a Rotherham manufacturer of timber garden buildings secure a new £1.3m home in South Yorkshire
Welcome to our new home. Number 1 Velocity, Tenter Street, in Sheffield city centre. This has been a long time in the making and has required some significant input from a lot of people across the company.
The Northern Ireland bakers who were found guilty of direct discrimination for refusing to bake a cake with a caption “Support Gay Marriage” had appealed the finding.
The ICO is consulting throughout February and March on a proposed new code of practice for Privacy Notices. The new code will try to keep pace with the digital world to ensure that individuals have a clear understanding of what is done with their personal data under the Data Protection Act (“DPA”).