Explains the need to act within the time limits, if you want to take legal action about discrimination and how to work out how the time limit applies to your case.
Explains the process for taking court action about discrimination, including sending a letter before claim, filling out a claim form and how a defendant should respond to the claim.
Things to think about when taking legal action about a breach of human rights, covering who can take action, time limits, remedies and judicial review.
Things to think about when taking legal action against a public authority for failing to meet the public sector equality duty, covering judicial review, time limits and remedies.
How to deal with your discrimination problem in court, including which forms to fill in and what happens in court.
Things to think about before taking action about a breach of human rights, including checking a breach took place and choosing the best course of action for you.
Explains what is meant by clinical negligence and things to think about before you decide to take legal action about it, including cost, time limits and what you might seek compensation for.
Taking court action against your landlord because they have not carried out repairs, the evidence you will need, and what the court has the power to.
Explains how to take legal action if you have been discriminated against when accessing health- and care services.
Explains the types of legal action you may be able to take if you are unhappy about NHS care you have received, covering judicial review, human rights issues and discrimination.
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