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Disagreement with an argument or set out by another at the hearing
Occupiers Duty Of Care
Section 2 of the Occupiers Liability Act 1957 provides that the occupier of a property has a duty of care to all visitors who come onto their premises
A copy of an official document, supplied and marked as such by the office which issued the original.
An officer of the Insolvency Service of the United Kingdom, the Official Receiver (OR) is an officer of the court to which he is attached.
A solicitor or barrister appointed by the Lord Chancellor and working in the Lord Chancellor's Department. The duties include representing, in legal proceedings, people who are incapable of looking after their own affairs i.e. children/persons suffering from mental illness
Independent 'referees' who consider complaints against public and private organisations in a wide range of fields including housing, health and banking. They are often used as a last resort when complaints cannot be resolved through an organisation's own complaints procedure. Ombudsman services are free to use. Recommendations made by ombudsmen are not binding on the person making the complaint (complainant). They can still go to court even if the ombudsman decided against them
Open Market Value
The price a property would achieve when there is a willing buyer and willing seller.
Evidence given to a court, verbally rather than in writing.
A method of questioning a person under oath before an officer of the Court to obtain details of their financial affairs.
An order within an injunction to force a person to leave a property
This occurs when the rent passing exceeds the current open market rent
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