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November’s PLC column: judgments on unenforceable agreements

18 December

In November’s Practical Law regulated lending column, James Ross considers the status of judgments obtained in relation to unenforceable consumer credit agreements. Read the column here.


High Court holds that a purchase by a TSO falls within CPUT

13 December

On 9th November 2018, the High Court handed down Judgment in Warwickshire County Council v Halfords Autocentres Limited [2018] EWHC 3007 (Admin), allowing the appeal of the Council. A Trading Standards Officer (“TSO”) of the Appellant (“A”) undertook a “test purchase” of a full vehicle service offered by a garage of the Respondent (“R”). On […]