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- Are non-trading companies with an overall turnover over £36m caught by the Modern Slavery Act? Are groups in which the cumulative revenue of their subsidiaries is over £36m caught by the Modern Slavery Act?
- Is a company obliged to pay an invoice where the contract came to an end over a year ago, e.g. the contract ended April 2014 but the invoice was raised in December 2015?
- Does the late payment of commercial debts act apply to settlement agreements?
- Can suppliers' terms be incorporated into a supply of goods contract merely by reference to a statement that the contract will be governed by terms on their website?
- If we act for individuals who have property portfolios, are they a "consumer" for the purposes of the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013?
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