Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007-UK Legislation 2007 CHAPTER 15 Introductory Text An Act to make provision about tribunals and inquiries; to establish an Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council; to amend the […]
An Act to establish, and make provision about, the National Crime Agency; to abolish the Serious Organised Crime Agency and the National Policing Improvement Agency; to make provision about the judiciary and the structure, administration, proceedings and powers of courts and tribunals; to make provision about deferred prosecution agreements; to make provision about border control; to make provision about drugs and driving; and for connected purposes.
Courts Act 2003- UK Legislation 2003 CHAPTER 39 An Act to make provision about the courts and their procedure and practice; about judges and magistrates; about fines and the enforcement processes of […]
An Act to make provision for resignation from the House of Lords; and to make provision for the expulsion of Members of the House of Lords in specified circumstances.
An Act to make provision about slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labour and about human trafficking, including provision for the protection of victims; to make provision for an Independent Anti-slavery Commissioner; and for connected purposes.
“infected area” means any area (including a country) which the Secretary of State has declared, by notice published on http://www.gov.uk, as an area where there is known or thought to be sustained human-to-human transmission of Coronavirus, or from which there is a high risk of importation of infection or contamination (with Coronavirus) via travel from that area to the UK
This code of practice applies in respect of criminal investigations conducted by police officers which begin on or after the day on which this code comes into effect. Persons other than police officers who are charged with the duty of conducting an investigation as defined in the Act are to have regard to the relevant provisions of the code, and should take these into account in applying their own operating procedures.
That a Witness cannot by Law refuse to answer a Question relevant to the Matter in Issue, the answering of which has no Tendency to accuse himself or to expose him to Penalty or Forfeiture, of any Nature whatsoever, by Reason only, or on the sole Ground, that the answering of such Question
UK legislation Malaysia Act 1963 [31st July 1963] CHAPTER 35 ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS Section Malaysia. Consequential modifications of British Nationality Acts. Operation of existing law. Power to make consequential provisions. Judicial arrangements. […]
In this Act, the expression “hotel” means an establishment held out by the proprietor as offering food, drink and, if so required, sleeping accommodation, without special contract, to any traveller presenting himself who appears able and willing to pay a reasonable sum for the services and facilities provided and who is in a fit state to be received.
UK Legislation [9th August 1966] ELIZABETH II 1966 CHAPTER 29 An Act to make provision in connection with the establishment of Singapore as an independent sovereign state within the Commonwealth. Be it […]
The Family Procedure Rules 2010 (‘the FPR 2010’) come into force on 6th April 2011.The purpose of this practice direction is to inform court users of the practice directions relating (only) to […]
An Act to make provision for the establishment of the Legal Services Board and in respect of its functions; to make provision for, and in connection with, the regulation of persons who carry on certain legal activities; to make provision for the establishment of the Office for Legal Complaints and for a scheme to consider and determine legal complaints; to make provision about claims management services and about immigration advice and immigration services; to make provision in respect of legal representation provided free of charge; to make provision about the application of the Legal Profession and Legal Aid (Scotland) Act 2007; to make provision about the Scottish legal services ombudsman; and for connected purposes.
STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS 2009 No. 1589 LEGAL PROFESSION, ENGLAND AND WALES The Registered Foreign Lawyers Order 2009 Made26th June 2009 Coming into force in accordance with article 1 This Order is made in […]
Apart from some parliamentary legislations, The United Kingdom never enacted any single document called as ‘ Constitution of United Kingdom ‘ or such. Having said so nonetheless following legislations have constitutional effects. […]
CONTENTS Repeal of the ECA 1 Repeal of the European Communities Act 1972 Retention of existing EU law 2 Saving for EU-derived domestic legislation 3 Incorporation of direct EU legislation 4 Saving […]
1967 CHAPTER 23 An Act to amend the law relating to the signification of Her Majesty’s Royal Assent. [10th May 1967] 1. Signification of Royal Assent. (1)An Act of Parliament is duly enacted […]
UK LEGISLATION INDEX Introductory Text Part I General Principles as to Legal Estates, Equitable Interests and Powers 1. Legal estates and equitable interests. 2. Conveyances overreaching certain equitable interests and powers. 3. […]
Title Years and Numbers Legislation type European Union (Approvals) Act 2017 2017 c. 35 UK Public General Acts Northern Ireland Budget Act 2017 2017 c. 34 UK Public General Acts Air Travel Organisers’ Licensing […]