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    Criminal

    What is the Penalty for Wasting Police Time?

    Wasting police time is a criminal offence as outlined under section 5(2) of the Criminal Law Act 1967. Knowingly making false reports to the police is an offence, including verbal or written statements that: Someone has committed an offence That people...

  • The Nine Protected Characteristics Under the Equality Act 2010

    Employment

    The Nine Protected Characteristics Under the Equality Act 2010

    Discrimination occurs when a person is treated unfairly because of who they are. Individuals are offered protection against discrimination through the Equality Act 2010. The Act sets out the ways in which people are protected against discrimination from...

  • How to Close Down a Limited Company

    Company & Commercial

    How to Close Down a Limited Company

    Setting up a limited company in the UK is a simple process that can cost as little as £50. But closing a limited company down is a more complex process. The best option to close down a limited company will depend on whether the company is solvent...

  • Consumer Rights On Late and Non-Delivered Goods

    Consumer

    Consumer Rights On Late and Non-Delivered Goods

    When you make a purchase online, by phone or through mail order and your item does not arrive or arrives later than expected, you are entitled to request a refund from the seller. It is the seller's legal duty to ensure that items purchased from them...

  • Marrying a UK Resident

    Immigration

    Marrying a UK Resident

    The law allows UK residents who are at least 18 years old and who are settled permanently in the United Kingdom or who return to the country to live, to be married and accompanied by their spouse or civil partner. The law extends this authority to only...

  • Malicious Falsehood

    Libel & Defamation

    Malicious Falsehood

    The legislation of malicious falsehood serves to offer protection to economic interests. Malicious falsehoods do not constitute defamatory statements, but are untrue and do have the potential to cause harm. This means that if slander or libel has not...

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