Barclays bank has been held liable for sexual assaults committed by a doctor it hired to carry out medical examinations on employees.
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Landlords must consult tenants over service charges for work carried out on their homes but how far does that obligation go? The Court of Appeal provided a useful insight in a recent case involving property company Reedbase Ltd and some of its tenants. An asphalt roof needed to be repaired, which involved removing tiles. Some of the tiles were in poor condition and the landlord proposed to replace them all. …Read More
A woman has established her legal right to have contact with her niece who lives abroad with her father. The court heard that the girl’s mother, who was English, had met the father while visiting Corfu. She moved there to live with him and they were married. The girl was born in 2007. The marriage failed and, in January 2008, the mother and daughter moved to England to live in …Read More