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Yes, taping over a speed camera lens would be illegal. The UK common law offense of Perverting the Course of Justice would cover (pun intended) this conduct. Common law offenses are not defined by statute (a law promulgated by Parliament or a local government authority), but instead arise from the history of law as applied by the courts. This secondary ...


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In addition to Davids answer, you would face charges of Criminal Damage, based on these notes from the Crown Prosecution Service: Damage is not defined by the Act. It should be widely interpreted to include not only permanent or temporary physical harm, but also permanent or temporary impairment of value or usefulness - Morphitis v. Salmon [1990] Crim.L.R ...


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Per GDPR Art 12(5), “any actions taken under Articles 15 to 22 and 34 shall be provided free of charge”. The right to rectification is Art 16 and reads in its entirety: The data subject shall have the right to obtain from the controller without undue delay the rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning him or her. Taking into account the purposes ...


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What credit agreement? A credit agreement involves someone advancing you money which you agree to pay back with interest - there is nothing like this here. You entered a contract for the course the terms of which were that, at your election, you could either pay upfront or pay by monthly instalments. That's not a credit agreement, it's a straightforward ...


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Your lawyer owes you a fiduciary duty A fiduciary duty[ is the highest standard of care in equity or law. A fiduciary is expected to be extremely loyal to the person to whom he owes the duty (the "principal") such that there must be no conflict of duty between fiduciary and principal, and the fiduciary must not profit from their position as a fiduciary (...


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In the United Kingdom: A person has no authority to access an online account of a deceased relative, unless this has been agreed with the operator of the website (etc). If a Power of Attorney over the deceased's financial affairs existed, this ceases upon death. Using a person's login credentials without permission from the owner of the website would be a ...


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C3a class is a standard family/single occupancy dwelling. C4 class refers to small HMOs (of between 3 and 6 occupiers) and Sui Generis literally means “in a class of its own” and covers large HMOs of 7 or more people. You always need planning permission to move in and out of the Sui Generis use class, so any HMO of 7 or more people needs planning permission ...


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Yes It's called a directed verdict (or judgment as a matter of law in the USA). When the judge reaches the conclusion that, on the evidence, no reasonable jury could find otherwise, the judge may rule what the verdict shall be.


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I assume "property management" works on behalf of the freeholder or a group of leaseholders and the landlord is a leaseholder - otherwise it would ultimately be the landlord's decision alone. It's common for leasehold agreements to prohibit pets unless there is consent. The terms of the lease are important. If there is nothing about pets, then they ...


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In the US, it depends first on what the state law is, and second what platform policy is. There is a law, the Revised Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, enacted in most states. Here is a summary of what that law does, and here is the version enacted by Washington. The Washington law makes an important distinction between the person's communications and ...


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To what extent is the reception venue required to provide the service we discussed? The company, your guests and, you are subject to the constraints --including the unreasonable ones-- dictated by the authorities. If these constraints (1) were unforeseen when your contract was formed, and (2) frustrate the purpose of the contract, the contract is voidable ...


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