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EU Law in English

Posted by on Apr 5, 2019 in LEGAL UPDATES, NEWS AND EVENTS, OUR TEAM

The European Union Justice Programme is funding a two year project in partnership with the Fondazione del Notariato Italiano and the Internatonal Association of Judges as well as the Notaries Chambers of Bulgaria and Hungary for the teaching of EU law. The project focuses specifically on the areas of family, succession and property law, in the English...

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New Solicitor joins Oliver & Partners

Posted by on Jan 21, 2018 in NEWS AND EVENTS

We are very happy to welcome Aleksandra Broom to our team this month. Aleksandra is a practising Solicitor of England and Wales.  She  specialises in the fields of immigration and nationality law and family law. She has a wide range of previous experience in immigration and family law matters including advocacy in the UK courts and tribunals. She will be...

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British expat right to vote

Posted by on Sep 18, 2013 in NEWS AND EVENTS

Harry Shindler -v- United Kingdom (Application no. 19840/09) The European Court of Human Rights has notified Oliver & Partners that a panel of five judges of the Grand Chamber decided on 9th September 2013 not to accept Harry Shindler’s request that his case be referred to the Grand Chamber. No reasons are given for this decision, but the...

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Harry Shindler at the European Commission

Posted by on Sep 5, 2013 in NEWS AND EVENTS

Harry Shindler, the British war veteran who is represented by Oliver & Partners in his case at the European Court of Human Rights, met Viviane Reding, the Vice-President of the European Commission on 5th September 2013 in Brussels with members of her cabinet and legal advisors. For details of the application to the ECHR (Shindler v United Kingdom no....

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New reporting rules for paying guests

Posted by on Aug 25, 2013 in NEWS AND EVENTS, PROPERTY LAW UPDATES

PROPERTY LAW UPDATE by Jenny També:     Strict rules concerning those who host paying guests were introduced in italy in January 2013.  Accommodation facilities, as well as private individuals hosting lodgers, are now required by law to communicate their guests’ details directly to the local questura. The main aim of this law (Decree of 7th...

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Referendum (European Union) Bill

Posted by on Jul 20, 2013 in NEWS AND EVENTS

The private member’s Bill to empower a referendum on whether or not the United Kingdom should remain in the EU has reached the committee stage in the House of Commons and will next be reviewed in September 2013. If passed a Referendum could be held by...

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Posted by on May 4, 2013 in NEWS AND EVENTS

On 7 May 2013, the European Court of Human Rights delivered its judgement on a complaint against the United Kingdom brought in 2009 by a British citizen living in Italy, who is represented by Charlotte Oliver. The Court found that the restriction imposed by the United Kingdom was not in violation of Article 3, protocol 1 of the ECHR.  The case is now under...

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