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11/09/2006

Coming soon. Art and copyright 2

For anyone who gives the demotic simian’s whatever, part 2 will be along in a while, possibly next weekend. As might reflections on some strange effects of homelessness law and a couple of very sub John Mortimer anecdotes on Counsel.

Sorry. I’ve been extremely busy, but there is light somewhere ahead.

In the meantime, has Charles Clarke been at the monkey glands?

And is the Legal Help Scheme to be set at a fixed price that will simply make it impossible to do any useful work under it at all?

The answers are apparently and definitely respectively.

I have no idea what lessons should be drawn from Clarke’s expectoruption, but the message from the LSC is, boys and girls, if you are going to become homeless, do it quickly, because you ain’t going to get no legal assistance before long (double negative purely for effect and mea culpas said).

Once I know the deadline, I’ll post it, so you know how soon you need to get evicted or thrown out.

Giles Peaker is a solicitor and partner in the Housing and Public Law team at Anthony Gold Solicitors in South London. You can find him on Linkedin and on Twitter. Known as NL round these parts.

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