- OAKLEY v OSIRIS & otrs
- BOROUGH OF DOUGLAS v KERR
- HMAG v CLARK
- MICHAEL DAVIDSON, Inquest into the death of
- HIRCO PLC & otr v HIRANANDANI & otr
- MALONE v MITCHELL
- AULT v CORLETT
- HIRCO v HIRANANDANI
- SLEGABY ESTATE & otrs
- CORLETT v TEMPLETON INSURANCE & otr
On Thursday, May 1st 2014, the following Licensing Fees Orders will come into effect:
- Cinematograph (Licence Fees) Order 2014;
- Licensing Fees and Duties Order 2014; and
- Music and Dancing Fees and Duties Order 2014.
Visitor decision - Appleby (Isle of Man) LLC v The Isle of Man Law Society (LSA13/0002) here
The Register of Fines Etc. Rules 2014 come into force on April 1st 2014
The Fines Etc. (Attachment of Earnings and Application for Benefit Deductions) Rules 2014 come into force on April 1st 2014
Notes to assist self-representing parties in disputes concerning children can be downloaded here.
Notes for self-representing parties in financial remedies hearings (arising from the breakdown of a marriage or civil partnership) are available here.
Family Mediation scheme launched which supports families experiencing trauma of relationship breakdown. Click here for more information
On Monday, July 1st 2013, the Court Fees (No.2) Order 2013 came into effect and replaces the Court Fees Order 2011. It should be noted that in addition to this Fees Order coming into effect, there will be changes to certain High Court forms which deal with counterclaims. A link to the Court Fees (No.2) Order 2013 is here
The General Registry (Miscellaneous Fees) Order 2013 and the Fees and Duties (Government Fees) Order 2013 also came into effect on July 1st 2013.
Guidance notes for Licensing Courts available here
Lord Neuberger, the President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, delivered the Caroline Weatherill Memorial Lecture on Friday 11th October 2013 at the Manx Museum. Click here to read.
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