- Hull Dues Act 1852
- Stat. Westm. prim. - Prisoners and Bail Act 1275
- Annexing Hundreds to Counties Act 1340
- Distr' sc' cii - Distress Act 1266
- Westminster Parliamentary Elections Act 1811
- The Civil Proceedings Fees (Amendment) Order 2014
- Wages of Labourers, etc. Act 1495
- The Civil Proceedings, First-tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunal and Employment Tribunals Fees (Amendment) Order 2016
- Juries Act 1584
- Berwick-on-Tweed Act 1603
- Magna Carta - Wager of Law Act 1297
- The Terrorist Asset-Freezing etc. Act 2010 (Guernsey) Order 2011
- Magna Carta - Purveyance Act 1297
- Civil Procedure Act 1330
- Artic. sup. Cart. - Juries Act 1300
- Indictable Offences Act Amendment Act 1868
- Attorneys Act 1402
- Security of Rents, Durham Act 1830
- The Family Proceedings Fees (Amendment) Order 2014
Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery – a step closer
The UK government has finally taken its second legislative step towards reforming the law of distress and replacing it with the snappily named Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR) which it originally mooted six years ago in the Tribunals Courts and Enforcement Act 2007. Despite uncertainty over the future of CRAR, the new regime is likely......bailiff takes control of goods whilst leaving them on the premises, will be replaced by far more rigorous “controlled goods agreements”. The process for ...
Offshore Limited Recourse Vehicles: A Barrier To Success In Onshore Insolvency Proceedings?
...Cable & Wireless plc and others, a 2005 decision of the. Ordinary Division. Although the Bailiff (judge) in. Messenger does not comment directly on the nature of a. protected cell, he treats the assets of that cell as segregated. from the rest of ...
Divorcing Beneficiaries - A Practical Guide For Trustees
...application. Footnotes. i. This practical guidance is based upon the Deputy. Bailiff's speech to ACTAPS in November 2008. ii. Schmidt v Rosewood  2 AC 709. iii. Re Rabaiotti 1989 Settlement  JLR 173;. Breakspear v Ackland ...
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? Background In April, we blogged about the government’s plans to......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 ...
- London (City) Small Debts Extension Act 1852
- Sheriff's Poundage, etc. Act 1586