A new tenancy agreement replaces an old one, regardless of cause, so unless the new one states otherwise, the clock restarts.
So in this case, if the new agreement states that no break can occur in the first 12 months of the tenancy, then that period starts with the date specified in the new agreement.
There is no contract
One of the requirements for a contract to exist is agreement between the parties - there is no agreement here.
Here is what happened:
AA asked for IT to make an offer subject to standard terms.
IT made an offer subject to different terms.
AA rejected IT's offer and made a counter-offer on the original terms.
IT rejected the counter-...
It really depends on what you agreed to.
As you describe it, either:
The original lease remained in place with the rights and obligations of B being transferred to C. If so, then there is no new no break period.
The original lease with A & B was terminated by agreement and a new lease with A & C was created. If so, then there will be a new ...
Parliament is sovereign. Meaning, it is the highest legal authority in the United Kingdom. If it legislates a law, that law binds every individual and action in The UK.
The electorate are the political sovereign. Their will, as expressed through elected representatives in Parliament, supersedes the will of any other body.
No one may direct Parliament other ...
But they aren’t
This is the law (as amended). Section 9 contains the penalties.
In any event the police don’t fine people the issue an infringement notice which is an allegation of an offense - police can issue these even if they reasonably believe they took place - they are entitled to be wrong. The person given the notice can admit the ...
As @lucidbrot said in his comment, you can do your service "waffenlos", which means "weaponless". You have to write a letter where you explain why you don't want to carry a weapon. Then, the swiss army accepts or denies your request. If they accept it, you can choose a function like cook or leadership support to do your service.
By default every male Finnish Citizen is liable for military service.
The relevant law for Finland has a whole Chapter 6 about unarmed service.
Basically, the person who asserts that a serious reason of consience prevents him from handling weapons is releaved of that part of service. However, the minimal service time is increased from 6 months to 9 ...
In the UK Armed Forces, conscientious objection is grounds for a refusal at the admission stage and has been since the end of conscription in 1963. Where a person develops an objection to military service during their term of service, they have the option to appeal for an honourable dismissal from the forces.
Interestingly there's no primary legislation to ...
Under US Army Regulation 601-210 as of 2016, conscientious objection will normally disqualify someone applying to enlist, but the disqualification can be waived. Under Army Regulation 600-43, if they enlist they’ll typically be assigned to the medical field and will receive modified basic training (as conscientious objectors, they won’t be trained in the use ...
Following is mentioned on ACAS website:
When can an employer make a deduction from a worker's pay? An employer
may be able to make a deduction from a worker's pay where there has
been a genuine overpayment of wages. An employer may also be able to
make a deduction from pay in certain circumstances (e.g. to cover
damage to equipment or property) ...
Although markedly unequal, the conditions you describe are compliant with section 86 of the UK Employment Rights Act of 1996. The contract subjects you to harsher conditions and penalties that nonetheless are not prohibited by the Act.
It is totally up to you to require a more balanced clause of notice periods (and a more balanced agreement in general) ...