2 edition of Access to justice bill [H.L.] found in the catalog.
Access to justice bill [H.L.]
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords.
|Series||[HL]. [1998-99] -- 73(d), House of Lords bills -- 73(d).|
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Access to Justice Bill [H.L.] HL Deb 16 March vol cc The fundamental purpose of the Bill is to increase access to justice. I am determined to build structures which Access to justice bill [H.L.] book provide services that go much further towards meeting people's needs than legal services do at present.
That is the purpose of the community legal service. If a Bill can be said to have a sentiment I give the Government credit that in the Access to Justice Bill they try to concentrate scarce resources where they are most needed.
It appears bizarre to my noble friend Lord Goodhart, to me, and to others who have tabled amendments relating to this aspect of the Bill that the damage done by the.
Access to Justice Bill [H.L.] - continued: House of Commons: back to previous text: PART II: OTHER FUNDING OF LEGAL SERVICES: Conditional fee and litigation funding agreements: Conditional fee agreements.
- (1) For section 58 of the Courts and Legal Services Act substitute. Access to Justice Bill [H.L.] - continued: House of Commons: PART V, MAGISTRATES AND MAGISTRATES' COURTS - continued: 31A of the Justices of the Peace Act by the magistrates' courts committee for the petty sessions area of the justice (or any of the justices) who issued the warrant.
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