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Imagine you have attended a public event with police presence. The police have approached you and start asking you questions because they think that you may be carrying something illegal. You feel nervous and intimidated. What are you required to do and what rights do you have?
The team at Johnston Withers Lawyers believes in giving their clients an informed choice when pursuing legal avenues. If you’ve recently lost your licence, and are trying to decipher what may apply to you, read on.
Under a commercial lease, a landlord has a right to distrain goods in premises for outstanding rent. This right entitles a landlord (or a person lawfully authorised by the landlord) to enter the premises, seize goods on the premises and to sell them by public auction for the best price that can be obtained in order to satisfy any outstanding rent due to the landlord. The procedure is governed by the Landlord and Tenant Act 1936.