Halsbury’s Laws published on LexisLibrary
Published this month:
Volume 1: Agency; Agricultural Land and Allotments
Volume 1A: Agricultural Production and Marketing;
Volume 33: Discrimination;
Volume 86: Railways and Tramways.
Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 1 (2017) contains the titles agency and agricultural land and allotments.
The agency title covers:
1. Nature and Formation; 2. Authority of the Agent; 3. Delegation; 4. Ratification; 5. Relations between Principal and Agent; 6. Relations between Principal and Third Persons; 7. Relations between Agent and Third Persons; 8. Termination of Agency; 9. Lasting and Enduring Powers of Attorney; 10. Guardianship Orders; 11. Estate Agencies and Accommodation Agencies.
Consultant Editor: RODERICK MUNDAY, MA, PhD, Reader Emeritus in Law, University of Cambridge; Fellow Emeritus of Peterhouse, Cambridge; Bencher of Lincoln’s Inn.
The agricultural land and allotments title covers:
1. Farm Business Tenancies; 2. Agricultural Holdings Act Tenancies; 3. Compulsory Acquisition of Agricultural Land; 4. Use and Improvement of Agricultural Land; 5. Smallholdings; 6. Allotments; 7. Cottage Holdings; 8. Administration and Authorities.
Consultant Editor: CHRISTOPHER MCNALL, MA (Oxon), DPhil (Oxon), Barrister-at-law of the Middle Temple; Northern Circuit Deputy Chairman, Agricultural Lands Tribunal for Wales.
Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 1A (2017) contains the title agricultural production and marketing.
The agricultural production and marketing title covers:
1. Common Agricultural Policy; 2. Management of Land Used in Agriculture; 3. Seeds and Other Propagating Material; 4. Fertilisers and Feeding Stuffs; 5. Protection of Crops; 6. Pesticides and Plant Protection Products; 7. Livestock; 8. Marketing of Agricultural Produce; 9. Horticulture and Horticultural Marketing; 10. Employment in Agriculture; 11. Control of Agricultural Pollution; 12. Levies on Cattle, Sheep and Pigs; 13. Administration and Finance.
Consultant Editor: SIAN EDMUNDS, LLB (Hons), Partner, Burges Salmon.
Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 33 (2017) contains the title discrimination.
The discrimination title covers:
1. Sources of Discrimination Law; 2. The Equality and Human Rights Commission; 3. Protected Characteristics; 4. Prohibited Conduct; 5. Services and Public Functions; 6. Premises; 7. Work; 8. Education; 9. Associations; 10. Accessibility Issues for Disabled Persons; 11. Discriminatory Contracts and Other Agreements; 12. Advancement of Equality; 13. Exceptions from the Equality Act 2010; 14. Enforcement and Procedure.
Consultant Editor: ROBIN ALLEN QC, Head of Cloisters Chambers; a Bencher of Middle Temple.
Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 86 (2017) contains the title railways and tramways.
The railways and tramways title covers:
1. Introduction; 2(1) Railways: History and Legislative Background; 2(2) Supervision of the Railways; 2(3) Operating the Railways; 2(4) Railway Safety and Security; 2(5) Railway Works and Construction; 2(6) Offences and Civil Proceedings relating to Railways; 3. Tramways.
Consultant Editor: PAUL IRVING, a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales; Parliamentary Agent; Partner at Winckworth Sherwood LLP.
All of these titles have been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 November 2017, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.
EF&P CONSUMER CREDIT vol. 12(1)A is now live on LexisLibrary
LexisLibrary: Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents
CONSUMER CREDIT December 2017, vol 12(1)A
Volume 12(1)A (2017 Reissue) has been updated, reviewed and expanded to ensure that full account is taken of recent legislative and case law developments. It includes a section of consumer credit agreements that contain the pre-contract credit information (the Standard European Consumer Credit Information (‘SECCI’) or European Consumer Credit Information (‘ECCI’) under the Consumer Credit (Disclosure of Information) Regulations 2010, SI 2010/1013) and consumer credit agreements under the Consumer Credit (Agreements) Regulations 2010, SI 2010/1014, drafted in accordance with the changes introduced by the Consumer Credit (EU Directive) Regulations 2010, SI 2010/1010 and associated regulations which implement Directive 2008/48/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on credit agreements for consumers. It also reflects the significant changes which occurred upon the change in regulatory regime in 2014, whereby the Financial Conduct Authority took over regulation from the Office of Fair Trading and many of the substantive rules on form, content and practice were moved over to the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) Order 2001 and the Financial Conduct Authority’s Consumer Credit Sourcebook (CONC).
Practical guidance is provided on the drafting of consumer credit agreements to comply with the law and to achieve commercial objectives.
The title provides a brief commentary and a cohesive and integrated set of precedents and guidance notes covering the full range of agreements and related matters, including:
— fixed-sum credit agreements;
— running-account credit agreements;
— secured agreements and unsecured agreements;
— hire agreements;
— modifying agreements;
— guarantees; and
— ancillary consumer finance related agreements.
Publication of Conveyancing 2nd Reissue by Frances Rooney, Head of Registration of Title Department at Harper Macleod LLP, Glasgow
Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia
Fully updated and revised particularly in light of changes brought about by the Land Registration etc (Scotland) Act 2012.
The 2018 edition of Cook on Costs published on LexisLibrary
LexisLibrary: Cook on Costs
This well-established and practical title returns fully updated with legislative changes over the last year concerning every aspect of civil costs, providing a concise and comprehensive guide to the principles and practice of legal costs.
This new edition includes all the latest on costs management, the continued expansion of fixed costs and the mandatory new electronic bill of costs as from April 2018.
The content has again been updated by respected costs experts Jason Rowley and Simon Middleton.
EF&P volume 12(3) Deeds, Agreements and Declarations is now live on LexisLibrary
This section has been fully updated with all developments since it was last reissued in 2013.
The content is made up of commentary and precedents relating to the description of parties to instruments and the execution of those instruments, with particular emphasis on deeds. It also includes coverage of the current position regarding electronic signatures.
Full account is taken of all recent developments in case law and legislation. Key areas of legislative change since the last reissue include the coming into force of the Charities Act 2011 Part 11, the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014, the Company, Limited Liability Partnership and Business (Names and Trading Disclosures) Regulations 2015 and Council Regulation (EU) 910/2014 (the ‘eIDAS Regulation’). Key developments in case law include: Re Stealth Construction Ltd 2011; Golden Ocean Group Ltd v Salgaocar Mining Industries PVT Ltd2012, CA; Bank of Scotland Plc v Waugh 2014; Briggs v Gleeds (Head Office) 2014; Lankester & Son Ltd v Rennie 2014, CA; C&S Associates UK Ltd v Enterprise Insurance Com plc 2015; and Ramsay v Love 2015.
2018 edition of Paterson’s Licensing Acts published on LexisLibrary
LexisLibrary: Paterson's Licensing Acts
Paterson’s is the definitive reference work on licensing law in England and Wales, providing a comprehensive and up-to-date source for practitioners. The 2018 update includes all the major changes in the licensing law of England and Wales over the past 12 months, including:
- Uber’s appeal against the decision not to renew its license to operate in London
- Court of Appeal in Greene King v Gambling Commission
- Supreme Court in Ivey v Genting Casinos
- HMG’s response to House of Lords proposals to transfer licensing to planning committees and changes to late night levies and cumulative impact policies
- Appraisal of House of Lords Select Committee report on Licensing Act 2003
- Application of relevant provisions in Immigration Act 2016
- The Licensing Act 2003 (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2017 (S.I. 2017/411)
- Part 7 Policing and Crime Act 2017
- Latest developments - R (on the application of Hemming (t/a Simply Pleasure Ltd.) & Others) v Westminster City Council  UKSC 50
- Reigate and Banstead Borough Council v Pawlowski 
- Full print version (for convenience at hearings) of s.182 Guidance published in April 2017
- Supreme Court’s decision on minimum alcohol pricing: Scotch Whisky Association and others v The Lord Advocate and another  UKSC 76
New edition of Schaw Miller and Bailey, Personal Insolvency: Law and Practice published on LexisLibrary
LexisLibrary: Schaw Miller and Bailey Personal Insolvency Law and Practice
The 5th edition covers the significant changes brought about by the new Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016, implemented in April 2017, as well as all other new relevant provisions of legislation and recent case law. It offers a full treatment of the law and procedure of bankruptcy and personal insolvency.
Table of Contents:
Part I: Institutions
Individual insolvency regimes, bankruptcy courts and officials;
Practice and procedure in insolvency proceedings;
The EU Insolvency Regulation;
The Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations 2006;
Part II: Voluntary arrangements and compositions outside bankruptcy
Individual voluntary arrangements;
Deeds of arrangement
Part III: Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy petitions and applications;
Effect of bankruptcy on the bankrupt's capacity;
Bankruptcy restrictions orders;
Discharge from bankruptcy;
Trustee in bankruptcy;
The bankrupt's estate;
The bankrupt's home;
Protection of the bankrupt's estate;
Investigation of the bankrupt's affairs;
Administration of the estate;
Effect of bankruptcy on litigation and arbitration;
Adjustment of prior transactions;
Transactions defrauding creditors;
Proof of debts;
Distribution of bankrupt's estate;
Administration of insolvent estates of deceased persons;
Solicitors acting in bankruptcy matters;
Rights against bankrupt’s insurers
Part IV: Administration orders and other debt management arrangements
New debt management arrangements
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