- Yarmouth Coal Import Duties (Privileges of Freemen, etc.) Act 1782
- Magna Carta - Crown Debt Act 1297
Recent Amendments On The Registration With The Cadaster And Land Book Records
... The enforcement of the real estate, as a whole, of its fruits or revenues is registered with the land book at the request of the bailiff, by applying art. 822 of the Romanian Civil Procedure Code. The registration can also be made over the construction which has a different owner than ...
Section 21 is dead. Long live section 8!
The future of the UK rental market is emerging. The government wants views on its plans for removing the assured shorthold tenancy (AST) regime and bolstering the court process for gaining possession of a property. Will it be enough to fill the vacuum left by the AST regime?...The government hopes it can reduce this by two weeks by freeing up bailiff resources to enforce judgments and amending the Civil Procedure Rules requirement for a first hearing between four and eight weeks after the Notice ...
- The Certification of Enforcement Agents Regulations 2014
Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery - Distress Reforms To Come Into Force On 6 April 2014
Following the Ministry of Justice's response to the consultation "Transforming Bailiff Action", the law on distress will be abolished and Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR) will come into force on 6 April 2014. Proposals to amend ...
Section 21 Is Dead. Long Live Section 8!
...The government hopes it can reduce this by two weeks by freeing up bailiff resources to enforce judgments and amending the Civil Procedure Rules requirement for a first hearing between four and eight weeks after the Notice ...
Modernising The Recovery Of Rent Arrears On Commercial Premises
... on 19 July 2007, but will not be brought into force until the start of 2008 at the earliest to enable landlords and enforcement agents (bailiffs) to be trained to operate the new procedures. Both the common law and all previous statutory rights to sell a defaulting tenant's goods to recover ...
Q&A Examining Information Notices And The Right To Manage
...in connection with the enforcement of tenant covenants in a lease. and a bailiff or enforcement officer for the purposes of recovering. rent arrears?. In summary, . CLRA 2002, s 82 cannot be used by a leaseholder to compel a. ...
Landlords: Beware The Quarter Date - Tenants In Administration
...In the context of a lease the moratorium prevents the landlord from:. distraining on rent (instructing a bailiff to seize goods); or. forfeiting the lease (i.e. terminating the lease by proceedings or peaceable re-entry). Forfeiture ...
No More Distress For Landlords
...and sell them. There will be a change to the certification of. enforcement agents, although existing certified bailiffs will be. authorised until their certificates expire. An enforcement agent cannot take control of goods unless the. debtor has been given notice. ...
The Criminalisation Of Squatting
... Summarising the proposed offence, Peter Mooney, the Senior Partner of County Bailiff Company said:. "Squatters in today's society look at vacant residential property as not just their home but also as an income; many organised ...
- Stat. Ebor. - The Statute of York Act 1318
- Common Law Courts Act 1852
- Sheriff's Tourns Act 1483
- New Malton, Yorkshire (Searching, Sealing, etc., of Butter) Act 1743
- Sandwich Gaol Act 1829
- Franchise Prisons Abolition Act 1858
- Parliamentary Elections Act 1444
- Freeman (Admission) Act 1763
- Levy of Fines Act 1822
- Metropolitan District Railway Act 1869
- Dover Castle Gaol, Poor Debtors Relief Act 1814
- Inns Act 1603
- Scavage Act 1503