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Paul Kelly

Posted 12 December 2014
by Paul Kelly .

Holiday Caravan Sites (Wales) Bill- will it gain the support of the Assembly?

Recently the Communities, Equality and Local Government Committee (“the Committee”) examined and scrutinised the Holiday Caravan Sites (Wales) Bill (“the Bill”) and published their recommendations in a report. The Committee’s main recommendation is that the Welsh Assembly should not support…

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Simon Sanger-Anderson

Posted 9 December 2014
by Simon Sanger-Anderson .

Employment law seminar on 12 December 2014

We have taken a step away from our usual seminars which generally concentrate upon one specific topic. Instead, on 12 December our employment law seminar we will look at a range of interesting cases which have been decided throughout 2014….

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Paul Kelly

Posted 4 December 2014
by Paul Kelly .

Parklaw newsletter – December 2014

Serving formal notices of breach The Supreme Court have recently considered the case of Telchadder v Wickland Holdings Ltd and whether Wickland could terminate Mr Telchadder’s agreement under the Mobile Homes Act 1983. Their judgment contains valuable guidance to parks…

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Paul Kelly

Posted 4 December 2014
by Paul Kelly .

Immigration Act 2014 and the right to rent – does it apply to residential park owners?

Since 1 December 2014 landlords within defined areas of the West Midlands are prohibited from allowing certain persons from occupying residential properties under the Immigration Act 2014 (“the Act”).   The Act is designed to prevent illegal immigrants establishing a base…

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