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part 2 of the Compensation Act 2006: exemptions from the requirement of authorisation

12 October 2006

Exemptions from the requirement of authorisation

The activities of Browne Jacobson and many of its clients have the potential to fall within the ambit of Part 2 of the Compensation Act 2006 and associated secondary legislation. It is the Order to which this consultation relates which will prevent, for example, solicitors and insurers from requiring authorisation in order to carry out their day to day activities.

Other of Browne Jacobsons clients also have the potential to be affected by this legislation and we make submissions in respect of their position below.

Browne Jacobson submitted a response to the Department of Constitutional Affairs previous consultation CP(L)12/06 in respect of the Scope Order, Regulations and Rules.

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2Mar

Spring regional HR forums - Birmingham Online

We are pleased to invite you to join us at one of our next Regional HR Forums aimed at those who lead the HR function in schools and academies across the nation. Providing an excellent opportunity to network, keep updated on topical matters and share best practice.

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3Mar

Spring regional HR forums - Manchester Online

We are pleased to invite you to join us at one of our next Regional HR Forums aimed at those who lead the HR function in schools and academies across the nation. Providing an excellent opportunity to network, keep updated on topical matters and share best practice.

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The White Paper overview [Part 2] - integration and innovation: working together to improve health and social care for all

We set out and consider each legal proposal in the section on working together and supporting integration. Read more in part 2 about reducing bureaucracy.

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Break notices for commercial tenants – beware of the common pitfalls

Due to numerous recent issues affecting the property market more and more break notices are being served by commercial tenants. At the same time, more and more tenants are seeking break rights in their new leases in order to provide them with flexibility when it comes to their real estate.

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Rising to the challenge: Digital transformation in schools - Part 2

Catch up for part 2 of our education training videos, exploring the role of digital transformation on our education system.

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Gosden and another v Halliwell Landau and another [2021] EWHC 159 (Comm)

This claim addressed the question, of when the date for assessment of damages in cases of negligence should be determined and shows that when appropriate the Courts will depart from the default position.

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