News for September, 2019

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September 30, 2019

No presumption of advancement as between estranged husband and wife

High Court rules that a former wife holds a legal and beneficial interest in property for which mortgage was discharged in 2008 without her knowledge, on the grounds that the presumption of advancement would not be applied as between an estranged husband and wife, in particular where the property was an investment property and not a family home...

September 27, 2019

Family Law (13 September – 27 September)

Ellie MacKenzie summarises recent developments in Family Law. 

September 27, 2019

Immigration Law (13 September – 27 September)

Ellie MacKenzie summarises recent developments in Immigration Law. 

September 27, 2019

Murdoch's Term of the Week: Prorogation

Following Tuesday's momentous 11-0 decision which was handed down by the UK Supreme Court, Parliament has reconvened at Westminster. Learn more about the concept of prorogation and how it once applied in Ireland with Murdoch's TOTW.

September 27, 2019

Revenue Law: Principles and Practice

The new edition of Revenue Law: Principles and Practice is now live for subscribers to UK Tax.

September 24, 2019

The right to be forgotten applies within the EU only, according to ECJ ruling

According to a ruling (Case C-507/17) released today by the EU’s top court, the ‘right to be forgotten’ only applies within Europe. This means that Google will only have to remove links from search results within EU Member State versions of the search engine where an appropriate request has been received.

September 24, 2019

Tax and Accounting Update: 24 September 2019

The latest edition of Tax and Accounting Update is now live for subscribers to UK Tax.

September 24, 2019

Intellectual Property and IT Law Update

The latest issue of Intellectual Property and IT Law Update is now live for subscribers to IT/IP Law.

September 24, 2019

No grounds for prohibiting statutory investigation into county councillor

High Court refuses to order prohibition of a statutory investigation into county councillor's conduct, on the grounds that: (a) the entitlement to cross-examine only arises where essential facts are in controversy; (b) the allegation of entrapment was premature; (c) criticism of the preliminary inquiry arose from a misunderstanding of its purpose; and (d) objective bias had not been properly pleaded and, notwithstanding this, was not made out on the facts.

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