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24 Aug 2014, 5:44 am by Giles Peaker
While the statement of reasons in this case gives a clear basis for the decision, there is no address to the Upper Tribunal case of TD v SSWP and London Borough of Richmond-Upon-Thames (HB) 2013 UKUT 642 AAC or the finding on the meaning of ‘occupy’ in the regulations in R (Marchant) v Swale Borough Council HBRB [2000] 1 FLR 246. [read post]
6 Apr 2021, 12:43 am by Cyberleagle
Whatever the reason, the government has done it and now people are reading the wording of Section 59. [read post]
23 Dec 2015, 5:29 am by INFORRM
The use of investigatory powers is vital to locate missing people, to place a suspect at the scene of a crime or to identify who was in contact with whom. [read post]
23 Dec 2014, 12:48 pm by Giles Peaker
Straightforwardly unlawful. b. is, I presume, based upon a misapprehension of Holmes-Moorhouse v LB Richmond upon Thames [2009] UKHL 7 [our report]. [read post]
30 Nov 2023, 2:15 am by David Pocklington
It was also pointed out that with the benefit of a WC and kitchenette it would be possible to open the church to the hundreds of people that pass by while walking the Hadrian’s Wall trail; “this could generate extra income for the Church by attracting donations or through the sale of light refreshments” [23] (?). [read post]
4 Mar 2010, 3:17 pm by admin
The following is a summary review of articles from all over the nation concerning environmental law settlements, decisions, regulatory actions and lawsuits filed during the past week. [read post]
14 Apr 2021, 4:07 pm by INFORRM
Whatever the reason, the government has done it and now people are reading the wording of Section 59. [read post]
6 Mar 2024, 1:11 am by David Pocklington
Nicholas Leicester [2024] ECC Lei 2 This judgment (which was preceded by three interim judgments with the neutral citations [2023] ECC Lei 1, [2023] ECC Lei 2 and [2023] ECC Lei 3, dealing with preliminary issues) relates to a petition for the introduction of a new altar frontal displaying the colours of the Progress Pride flag, the church having come to be regarded over time as a safe worshipping space for LGBTQIA+ people of faith. [read post]
2 May 2023, 12:30 am by David Pocklington
Review of the ecclesiastical court judgments during April 2023  Eleven consistory court judgments were circulated in April concerning: Reordering, extensions and other building works CCVT Exhumation Churchyards and burials Organs This summary also includes CDM Decisions and Safeguarding, Reports from the Independent Reviewer, Privy Council Business, Visitations, and CFCE Determinations, as well as links to other posts relating to ecclesiastical law. [read post]