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I must say that almost all examples will be related to employment cases which is where most claims would come from
So I can point you in the direction of some links that discuss ongoing acts but they will be in an employment setting. However, it will still give you a good idea of examples when this can occur
Employment is fine I fully undestand they are really the same
These websites should give you some good reading material:
There are also several cases concerned with ongoing acts:
Thats great thank you :)
Hi Are we allowed to hire you in the capacity as a Solicitor? I need a few hours work pertaining to the point of law in this question. Its not to represent me, just look at a Chronology and give your view if it amount to a continuing act.
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