Tuesday, 17 May 2011


An anonymous commentator has asked me whether I could update the blog with additional information to reflect subsequent changes in the law or in the situation commented on in particular posts. If there has been an important development on that topic after the original item was posted, I will usually post a new item dealing with the change, but I do also add minor updates to items as and when it seems appropriate. However, if the item was purely topical and has become stale news, then I don’t always bother.

At the time of writing, there seems to be an ongoing problem with the functionality of the Blogger software which is preventing re-edits of items, but no doubt the site owners will resolve this problem shortly.

The ‘health warning’ found on the Introduction page should be taken to include the proviso that articles published in this blog refer to the law at the time they were originally published. The law may have changed or developed since then, and so reliance should not be placed on older items without checking for more up-to-date information.

Whilst I hope people find the contents of this blog helpful and informative, it is no substitute for obtaining proper legal advice, preferably from our team at KEYSTONE LAW.


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