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What authorisation would I need to disclose information from a dead friend's computer?

You must do what your contract says you must do Don’t think you have a contract? Wrong. Services for beer - that’s a contract (and probably a tax violation if you didn’t declare it to HMR&C). It ...
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What authorisation would I need to disclose information from a dead friend's computer?

If your friend was in accounting, this must have been organised as some kind of business and someone has to legally take over that business. It is part of the inheritance so someone from the heirs. ...
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Who has the right to enter the home of a deceased tenant?

Generally speaking, a person with priority to be appointed as executor, personal representative, or administrator of a decedent's estate has the right to enter and take control of the property of the ...
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Can a deceased person commit a strict liability offence?

The following treat criminal and quasi-criminal/regulatory offences under the law against the government's public interest. Civil liabilities (e.g. negligence) follow different rules and the law ...
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Can a deceased person commit a strict liability offence?

Yes Of course, liability for parking offences attaches to the owner of the vehicle, not the driver, but in the context of your question that’s a distinction without a difference. The offence is ...
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Does speeding turn an accident into manslaughter?

france Code de la route L232-1 Lorsque la maladresse, l'imprudence, l'inattention, la négligence ou le manquement à une obligation législative ou réglementaire de prudence ou de sécurité est commis ...
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Does speeding turn an accident into manslaughter?

england-and-wales The offence of causing death by dangerous driving was first introduced by the Road Traffic Act 1956. One of the drivers behind this (no pun intended) was the observation that juries ...
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