• Faulty Goods: Know Your Rights

    • Posted December 31, 2018

    In the UK, customers have various rights in respect of faulty goods. The Sale & Supply of Goods to Consumers Regulations 2002 were introduced in the UK on 31 March...

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  • Charity Trustees – Guidance

    • Posted December 31, 2018

    The regime governing charities has been progressively tightened up over the years, making the sort of scandals that were once not uncommon much more of a rarity. This means that...

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  • Consumer Rights Law – Guidance

    • Posted December 31, 2018

    Since 1 October 2015, under changes introduced by the Consumer Rights Act  2015, it has been compulsory for most businesses to offer Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) to their customers...

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  • When accidents cause damage or injury and the responsible driver is uninsured, a claim can be made to the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB), an organisation financed by motor insurers...

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  • Keeping Your Identity Safe

    • Posted August 14, 2017

    With the practice of fraud by impersonation becoming ever more frequent, clients are advised to take precautions to prevent being taken for a ride by thieves. Sorting out the problems...

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  • We often hear of problems associated with package tour holidays and customers’ attempts to gain compensation. It is important, therefore, to know what is and what is not a package...

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  • UK consumer protection legislation is robust, giving them substantial rights and imposing significant obligations on traders. Indeed, in some cases the actions of a vendor may be sufficient to constitute...

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  • The Housing Act 2004 contains a variety of measures designed to protect householders from the ‘neighbour from hell’, through measures targeting private landlords who turn a blind eye to disruptive...

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  • Treasure Trove – The Law

    • Posted February 1, 2008

    There are countless stories of buried treasure, for example, the recent a huge find of Roman artefacts  unearthed in London, but the public at large know little of the law relating to...

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  • Correcting Your Credit Rating

    • Posted May 26, 2006

    Most people require credit at some time, whether it is in the form of a credit card, a loan or an overdraft. However careful you are, it is possible to...

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