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This Practice Note should be read in conjunction with: Disclosure—introduction. Note that this Practice Note does not cover the provisions of the disclosure pilot scheme under CPR PD 51U. For guidance, see: Disclosure pilot scheme—overviewTermDefinitionaccessible datainformation that is normally reasonably accessible. Whether information is accessible is open to interpretation. In relation to electronically stored information CPR PD 31B paragraphs 20 to 24 set out factors to take into account when undertaking a reasonable search for electronic documents. Hard copy documents face similar tests as to reasonableness under the CPR 31.7(2)back-up tapestapes which contain saved data. They are called 'back-up' because the information is copied onto the tapes and is available as a 'back-up'. Can also refer to any other method where data is regularly collected and stored separately for the purposes of risk management. See also incremental back-upsbitelectronic data can be measured in bits, which is basically the space it takes up. 8 bits = 1 Byte. 1 Byte is the equivalent of 1 character of text bytes1 Byte is the equivalent of 1 character of text. 1024 Bytes = 1 Kilobyte clusteringthis type of search automatically identifies 'like' documents and places them into groups, eg clustering can be used to identify junk or spam mail which can be grouped and removed from the documents to
A guide to land registration and the sasine register in Scotland The Registers of Scotland The Registers of Scotland (ROS) is the Scottish Government Agency responsible for looking after a range of registers, most notably the register of sasines and the Land Register of Scotland which involve interests in land. It is headed up by the Keeper of the Registers of Scotland. Sasine register The register of sasines was established in 1617 by the Registration Act 1617 and is a public record of deeds relating to land in Scotland. Its purpose was to provide protection to rights in land by allowing such rights to be publicly recorded. The register is administered on a regional basis with deeds relating to rights in property being registered in the appropriate county register. Indexes of property and individuals were established allowing a degree of searching to be carried out to identify specific deeds which had been recorded. In 1876 sasine search sheets were established. These identify the volume and page numbers of all the deeds for a given building or piece of land and can be used as a starting point for searching back in time. The creation of search sheets made the ability to search for individual deeds much more accessible it also provided context against the property to the deed being recorded. The format of a search sheet is based on the principals
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Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020—explanatory statement for a restructuring plan style="caps">This document is important and requires your immediate attention If you are in any doubt as to any aspect of this proposal or as to the action you should take, you should consult your professional adviser without delay. Further copies of this document and the enclosed voting forms can be obtained from the address listed on page [insert number]. [they may also be downloaded and printed from the website [insert website address]]. Proposal in relation to restructuring plan Pursuant to Part 26A of the Companies Act 2006 Between [Insert company name] And its creditors/members (as defined in the restructuring plan) The meeting[s] of creditors/members to consider the restructuring plan (the Meeting[s]'') will be held [[at insert address] OR virtually by telephone/webinar OR on [insert date] . The meeting[s] will commence at [insert time] London time. Notice of the meeting[s] is set out in Appendix 5 to this document. The action required to be taken by creditors/members is set out on page [insert number]. Whether or not creditors/members intend to be present at the meeting[s], they are requested to complete and return the [applicable] form of proxy enclosed with this document as soon as possible. If you have any questions relating to the restructuring plan please call [insert number] or contact [insert name] using the contact details set out on page [insert
Confidentiality and personal data sharing agreement—one-way—pro-recipient This Agreement is made on [date] Parties 1 [Insert name of party] [of [insert address] OR a company incorporated in [England and Wales] under number [insert registered number] whose registered office is at] [insert address] (the Recipient); and 2 [Insert name of party] [of [insert address] OR a company incorporated in [England and Wales] under number [insert registered number] whose registered office is at] [insert address] (the Discloser), each of the Discloser and the Recipient being a party and together the Discloser and the Recipient are the parties. Background (A) The Recipient carries on the business of [insert details] and the Discloser the business of [insert details]. (B) The Discloser intends to disclose Shared Data to the Recipient for the Purpose. The parties agree: 1 Definitions and interpretation 1.1 In this Agreement: [Authorised Person • means any of the officers, directors, members, partners, employees, consultants, agents, representatives, sub-contractors or professional advisers of the Recipient or of any of the Recipient’s direct or indirect sub-contractors and any other persons whom the Discloser designates in writing as authorised;] Business Day • means a day other than a Saturday, Sunday or bank or public holiday in England or Wales; Confidential Information • means (subject to clause 3.5) Shared Data that is disclosed after the date of this Agreement which is: (a) confidential in nature and designated [in writing by the Discloser OR in Schedule 1]
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How do I get information about a company? Searching for information about a company Public digital data beta service Users can search all public digital data filed at Companies House using its new beta service which can be accessed here. This recent extension of free search services reflects the government’s commitment to the provision of free data. The service provides users with free access to over 170 million company records and currently includes the following features: • company overviews and officers • document images • disqualified directors • follow companies • change registered office addresses, and • company name availability checker Companies House currently welcomes feedback on the beta service and continues to release new search features over the forthcoming months, including abridged accounts and other document filings. Company overviews and officers To search for a company overview and officers, a user should complete the following steps: • search for a company • select the company • click on the ‘Overview’ tab for a summary of the company’s information • click on the ‘Filing history’ tab for a list of the company’s filing information • to refine filing history results, filter by category • to view or download a document click on ‘view pdf’ • click on the ‘People’ tab for a list of officers of the company and people with significant control • click on ‘UK establishments’
Can a Form D180 (Certificate referred to in Article 39 of Council Regulation (EC) No 2201/2003 of 27 November 2003 concerning judgments in matrimonial matters) application still be submitted as the UK has now left the EU? Does it still apply for the transition/implementation period? Form D180 (PDF Format) may be used in relation to the registration of orders under Article 39 of Council Regulation (EC) No 2201/2003 of 27 November 2003 concerning judgments in matrimonial matters (Brussels II bis). As of 31 January 2020, the UK ceased to be an EU Member State and will no longer participate in the political institutions and governance structures of the EU, however, in accordance with the transitional arrangements provided in Part 4 of the Withdrawal Agreement, exit day marks the commencement of an 11-month implementation period during which the UK will continue to be treated by the EU as a Member State for many purposes. Under the current terms, the implementation period will run from 11 pm on 31 January
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Welcome to this week’s edition of the In-house weekly highlights, a curated summary of news analysis and new content from across the legal landscape. These highlights focus on key risk & compliance, commercial, corporate, information law and employment developments that will be relevant to most in-house lawyers.
This week's edition of Corporate weekly highlights includes the latest publication in our Market Tracker AGM trend report series, the LSE’s decision to create a Capital Markets Industry Taskforce, a speech delivered by the new Chancellor of the Exchequer on post-Brexit UK financial services regulation, HMT’s decision to launch a Digitisation Taskforce, publication by HMT’s of the outcome of the UK Secondary Capital Raising Review, publication by the Takeover Panel of a bulletin on possible offer announcements, as well as publication of its 2021/2022 annual report, publication by BEIS of market guidance notes on the NSIA 2021 and confirmation from Companies House that it intends to launch the Register of Overseas Entities in August 2022.
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