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viii, 191 pages ; 30 cm.
  • pennod 1. Cyflwyniad
  • pennod 2. Cydgrynhoi a chodeiddio
  • pennod 3. Cyflawni cydgrynhnoi, codeiddio a diwygio'r gyfraith : gweithdrefnau yn y cynulliad cenedlaethol
  • pennod 4. Cynnai codau
  • pennod 5. Cydgrynhoi, codeiddio a diwygio is-ddeddfwriaeth
  • pennod 6. Rhaglen godeiddio a swyddfa codau
  • pennod 7. Astudiaethau achos
  • pennod 8. Safonau deddfwriaethol
  • pennod 9. Draffio deddfwriaeth dda
  • pennod 10. Deddfwriaeth ddwyieithog
  • pennod 11. Drafftio dwyieithog
  • pennod 12. Dehongli deddfwriaeth ddwyieithog
  • pennod 13. Cyhoeddi deddfwriaeth yn swyddogol
  • pennod 14. Gwefan gyfreithiol i gymru
  • pennod 15. Addysg a gwerslyfrau cyfreithiol
  • pennod 16. Argymhellion.
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viii, 185 pages ; 30 cm.
  • chapter 1. Introduction
  • chapter 2. Consolidation and codification
  • chapter 3. Delivering consolidation, codification and law reform : procedures in the national Assembly
  • chapter 4. Maintaining codes
  • chapter 5. Consolidating, codifying and amending secondary legislation
  • chapter 6. A codification programme and a code office
  • chapter 7. Case studies
  • chapter 8. Legislative standards
  • chapter 9. Drafting good legislation
  • chapter 10. Bilingual legislation
  • chapter 11. Bilingual drafting
  • chapter 12. The interpretation of bilingual legislation
  • chapter 13. Official publication of legislation
  • chapter 14. A legal website for Wales
  • chapter 15. Legal education and textbooks
  • chapter 16. Recommendations.
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xi, 81 pages ; 30 cm.
  • The history of the project
  • The government's response to the recommendations
  • The link with the UK
  • Commentary on the bill
  • Appendix A: The current law
  • Appendix B: The 2014 and 2015 recommendations
  • Appendix C: Intellectual property (unjustified threats) bill
  • Appendix D: Membership of the working parties and groups.
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viii, 125 p. ; 30 cm.
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5. Annual report [1966 - ]

Journal/Periodical
v. ; 24-30 cm.
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xvi, 308 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Easements and covenants are of practical importance to a large number of landowners. An easement is a right enjoyed by one landowner over the land of another (including rights of way for access and access to light, air and water), both plots usually being in close proximity. Covenants are contractual in origin and bind only the party who gave the promise and are enforceable only by the party who received it. With land these can include promises to build a fence or not to build above a certain height.A Profit a prendre gives the holder the right to take something from another's land. Many profits concern ancient but not necessarily obsolete practices, such as pannage. Some, such as the right to fish or shoot on the land of another, can be of great commercial value.Recent Land Registry figures suggest that at least 65 per cent of freehold titles are subject to one or more easements and 79 per cent are subject to one or more restrictive covenants. These rights can be fundamental to the enjoyment of property. Their effective operation is also crucial to the successful development of land for housing.Easements and covenants remain vitally important in the twenty-first century and the Commission proposes to modernise and simplify the law, removing anomalies, inconsistencies and unnecessary complications where they exist. Private homeowners, businesses and organisations that own property, those who deal with and develop land, and professional advisers would benefit greatly if the law was more accessible and easier to operate. Reform would also offer net benefits to all those involved in the conveyancing process, including lay persons, solicitors, licensed conveyancers, and Land Registry.
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xiv, 339 pages : illustrations, forms ; 30 cm.
  • Legal landscape
  • Clearer rules
  • Better guidance and enforcement by the court
  • The general enforcement application
  • Allocation of enforcement proceedings
  • Information about the debtor
  • Information requests and information orders
  • Pensions
  • Third party debt orders
  • Orders for sale and charging orders
  • Coercive orders
  • Permission to enforce and power to remit arrears
  • Streamlining : third party debt orders and chargin orders
  • Judgment summons
  • Costs
  • Bankruptcy
  • Thinking ahead to enforcement
  • Alternative dispute resolution
  • The enforcement practice direction
  • List of recommendations.
"Each year thousands of separating couples apply to the courts for financial orders. Sometimes these orders are not complied with. The law of enforcement of family financial orders is a complicated area, contained in a range of legislation and court rules. It can then be difficult for parties, particularly litigants in person, to recover the money they are owed. This can lead to significant hardship both for the parties and for their children. The key aim of this project is to make this difficult area of law more effective, efficient and accessible, and to strike a fairer balance between the interests of both parties. To this end, the Law Commission recommends wide-ranging reform of the law of enforcement of family financial orders."-- Publisher website.
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viii, 116 pages ; 30 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The case for reform
  • Code of practice on event fees : applicability and definitions
  • Code of practice on event fees : when an event fee may be charged
  • Code of practice : when the property is sold through the landlord/operator
  • Code of practice : when the property is sold by the leaseholder through an estate agent
  • Amendment to the "grey list"
  • Future reforms
  • Recommendations
  • Appendix 1. List of consultants
  • Appendix 2. Terms of reference
  • Appendix 3. Code of practice on event fees in retirement properties
  • Appendix 4. Recommended amendment to schedule 2 to the Consumer Rights Act 2015
  • Appendix 5. Flowchart : leaseholder selling through an estate agent
  • Appendix 6. Examples of the standarised disclosure document.
"In September 2014, HM Treasury asked the Law Commission to review the Bills of Sale Acts. Our 2016 report recommends that the Bills of Sale Acts should be repealed and replaced with modern legislation that imposes fewer burdens on lenders and provides more protection for borrowers. We are now consulting on draft clauses, which are intended to form part of the Goods Mortgages Bill announced by the government in the Queen’s speech in June 2017. Our hope is that the Bill will be suitable for the special Parliamentary procedure for uncontroversial Law Commission Bills."-- Provided by publisher.
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vii, 259 pages ; 30 cm.
  • Introduction
  • International conventions, the Human Rights Act and the concept of deprivation of liberty
  • The Mental Capacity Act and relevant health and social care legislation
  • The deprivation of liberty safeguards and the case for reform
  • Our provisional proposals and revised approach : the liberty protection safeguards
  • Overview of the liberty protection safeguards
  • The scope of the liberty protection safeguards
  • The responsible body
  • The assessments
  • The procedural conditions
  • Authorisations
  • Safeguards
  • The Mental Health Act interface
  • Placing the person at the heart of decision-making
  • Other matters
  • Appendix A. Draft Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill and explanatory notes
  • Appendix B. ECHR and CRPD compatibility
  • Appendix C. Recommendations.
"The project was a review of the Mental Capacity Act and the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS). The DoLS aim to protect people who lack mental capacity, but who need to be deprived of liberty so they can be given care and treatment in a hospital or care home. If a person’s right to liberty needs to be infringed in other settings, an authorisation must be obtained from the Court of Protection. The DoLS have been criticised since they were introduced for being overly complex and excessively bureaucratic. In March 2014, a House of Lords Select Committee published a detailed report concluding that the DoLS were 'not fit for purpose' and recommended that they be replaced."-- Publisher's website.
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x, 315 pages ; 30 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The Official Secrets Acts, 1911, 1920 and 1939
  • The Official Secrets Act 1989
  • Miscellaneous unauthorised disclosure secrets
  • Procedural matters relating to investigation and trial
  • Freedom of expression
  • Public interest defence
  • List of consultation questions and provisional conclusions
  • Appendix A. Comparative legal analysis
  • Appendix B. Miscellaneous unauthorised disclosure offences
  • Appendix C. Government departments, organisations and individuals consulted
  • Appendix D. The Official Secrets Acts 1911, 1920 and 1989.
"The focus of this project is on the effectiveness of those criminal law provisions that protect official information. It is important to realise that not all information held by government is protected by the criminal law. As this report demonstratess, criminalisation is limited to the unauthorised disclosure of those categories of information that have implications for the national interest. It also limited to those working within or alongside government who have been trained in how to handle sensitive information."-- Provided by publisher.
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11. Bills of sale [2014]

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xii, 139 pages ; 30 cm.
  • The current law
  • The case for reform
  • A new legislative framework
  • Simplifying the document requirements
  • Modernising the registration regime
  • Protecting borrowers
  • Protecting private purchasers
  • General assignments of book debts
  • Absolute bills
  • Assessing the impact of reform
  • List of recommendations.
"In September 2014, HM Treasury asked the Law Commission to review the Bills of Sale Acts. [This] 2016 report recommends that the Bills of Sale Acts should be repealed and replaced with modern legislation that imposes fewer burdens on lenders and provides more protection for borrowers."-- Provided by publisher.
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vi, 54 pages ; 30 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Summary of the discussion and consultation questions in the IP
  • Analysis of responses
  • Recommendations in light of responses
  • Practical implications of the clean sweep approach
  • List of recommendations.
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vi, 96 ; 30 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The wider context of the project
  • The case for a planning code
  • Scope of the first part of a planning code
  • Technical reform
  • Merging consent regimes
  • Codification of case law
  • Consultation questions.
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x, 213 pages ; 30 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Summary of Issues paper 1 and responses
  • Criminalisation : harms and wrongs
  • Law reform options : public office
  • Law reform options : option 1 : the breach of duty model
  • Law reform options : option 2 : the corruption based model
  • Law reform options : option 3 : abolition without replacement
  • Complementary legal reforms
  • Provisional proposals and consultation requests.
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15. Unfitness to plead [2014]

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2 volumes ; 30 cm.
  • Volume 1. Report
  • Volume 2. Draft legislation.
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Book
xxii, 470, 3 pages ; 30 cm.
  • Introduction to the project and to land registration
  • Registration of title
  • Priorities
  • Indefeasibility
  • Easements
  • Adverse possession
  • Charges
  • Electronic conveyancing
  • Jurisdiction of the land registration division of the first-tier tribunal (property chamber).
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xiv, 218 pages ; 30 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Uses of bills of sale
  • The law of bills of sale
  • Consumer credit regulation
  • Logbook loans
  • Access to finance for unincorporated businesses
  • The case for reform
  • A new legislative framework
  • Simplifying the document requirements
  • Modernising the registration regime
  • Protecting borrowers
  • Protecting private purchasers
  • General assignments of book debts
  • Absolute bills of sale
  • Assessing the impact of reform
  • List of proposals and questions.
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xii, 198 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The current position of consumers on retailer insolvency
  • Retailer insolvency in practice
  • Director liability
  • Prepayments by debit or credit card
  • Sector-specific protections
  • Assessment
  • Proposals and questions : chargeback
  • Proposals and questions : possible means of protection
  • Proposals and questions : limited preferential status for consumers
  • Proposals and questions : transfer of ownership
  • List of proposals and questions.
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x, 113 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
  • Information and choices
  • Enforcing compliance
  • Responses to non-compliance
  • Beyond law reform, other ways of improving enforcement
  • List of provisional proposals and consultation questions
  • Appendix A: Summary of resolution survey results.
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vi, 59 pages ; 30 cm.
  • Lethality
  • Component parts
  • Antique firearms
  • Deactivated firearms
  • Readily convertible imitations
  • Codification.
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