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In the UK sodium thiopental is a controlled substance, it is licensed for use as a general anaesthetic (and I think it has other medical purposes). Your quoted passages refer to the so-called 'export …
answered Jul 10 '18 by Lag
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If you want to boat on any inland waterways in the UK you are required to have a boat registration (aka licence). Unlike a driving licence there is no need to pass a competency-based assessment. How …
answered 2 days ago by Lag
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An alibi in itself isn't necessarily a trump card. A legal declaration that you were dead despite being self-evidently alive doesn't seem a persuasive alibi.
answered May 31 '18 by Lag
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No, if I understand your circumstances and the OFT's Agreements and concerted practices - Understanding competition law (2004): In considering if a concerted practice exists, the OFT will follow …
answered Jun 6 by Lag
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You can't "opt-out" of the full register. You can decline to complete the registration process. But the local Electoral Registration Office could fine you £80 if you don't register when asked. https: …
answered May 22 '18 by Lag
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It doesn't seem as if the bank is discriminating in the way you suggest. They offer two types of account: (A) accrues or charges interest and (B) does not accrue or charge interest. The bank says you …
answered Apr 28 by Lag
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In England, If I covertly record someone who is engaged admitting to an affair with me, is it illegal to share that with their fiance without their consent? Yes, it is unlawful to share the recor …
answered Apr 5 by Lag
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Generally speaking: If it is a trial the witness must give evidence in person or by videolink or some other means the court permits; at any other hearing the witness must provide a witness statement …
answered Aug 15 '18 by Lag
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It seems like an 'unfair' clause because there is an obvious benefit to the landlord and no benefit to the tenant. If it is unfair it is not binding on the tenant. Is there even a time limit on the va …
answered Aug 20 '18 by Lag
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when you see these videos on YouTube and various other sites of people arguing with debt collectors about warrants, one of the most common things they say is "you need a wet ink signature for t …
answered Jul 26 by Lag
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Essentially: your position is that a rent increase of that magnitude seems unreasonable; the landlord seeks to have an agreement such that they can lawfully increase the rent by 3-8% at their disc …
answered Jul 3 by Lag
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This is a reasonable summary of knife law although it omits the national costume as a 'good reason' (aka reasonable excuse or defence) for carrying a knife in public: https://www.gov.uk/buying-carryin …
answered Jul 6 '18 by Lag
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The UK remains an EU member state until March 2019. At the time of writing, there have been no changes to identity document requirements for EEA (includes EU) or Swiss citizens visiting the UK - they …
answered Jun 27 '18 by Lag
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Generally yes - the potential charges pertain to attempting, arranging or facilitating the commission of an offence. Such an offence does not necessarily require a 'child' to exist. For England and Wa …
answered Jun 1 '18 by Lag
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Material or pecuniary damage is a reduction in or loss of assets, property damage, repair bills, medical bills, loss of wages, in some circumstances it could be a loss of profits - it has quantifiable …
answered Jun 27 '18 by Lag

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