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Christmas shopping rights
Nov 15, 2014
With just over six weeks to go until Christmas, many of you will be busy Christmas shopping. Dean Dunham explains your rights when shopping online or in the the high street.
Avoiding fake websites
Oct 31, 2014
As more and more people are falling victim to fake websites and as a result are losing hard earned cash, Dean Dunhill gives his top tips for staying safe and solvent online.
New law to give you greater consumer rights
Oct 7, 2014
As a champion of people’s rights, Dean Dunham is delighted to announce that a new law has come into force that provides consumers with greater rights and protection in relation to unscrupulous rogue traders. This new law is called the Consumer Protection (Amendment) Regulations 2014 and here’s how it benefits you.
Are you unmarried and living with a partner?
Sep 20, 2014
Cohabitees have no rights but there are things you can do to safeguard your future, explains Dean Dunham.
Your Luggage on Airlines
Sep 5, 2014
Thousands of holidaymakers and travellers will either lose their luggage or experience a delay in retrieving it, when going away or returning home. Whilst watching an empty carousel go round without your luggage is a horrible feeling, you do have rights if this happens to you as Dean Dunham explains.
Credit Consumer Act by Dean Dunham
Aug 23, 2014
Credit cards, loan agreements and hire agreements are all part of everyday life for most people. It is therefore imperative that you know what laws govern and protect you in relation to these. The law in question is the Consumer Credit Act 1974, amended in 2006 (“the Act”) and various Regulations. Here Dean Dunham outlines five things that you should know.
Your NHS rights by Dean Dunham
Aug 8, 2014
The NHS Constitution sets out what your rights are as an NHS patient. Here Dean Dunham gives the key facts that you need to know.
Tough New Consumer Laws
Jun 28, 2014
Thanks to a new European Law known as The Consumer Rights Directive, our consumer rights have been considerably strengthened. Dean Dunhill explains the implications.
Compensation for flight delays
Jun 14, 2014
This week a consumer took on an airline (Jet2.com) over its refusal to pay compensation for his flight being delayed and won, despite the airline taking the matter to the Court of Appeal. This could open the floodgates, not only in relation to new claims for delayed flights but also for those that have previously had their claims refused writes Dean Dunham.
Food – your rights by Dean Dunham
May 17, 2014
The news that various supermarkets, restaurants and takeaways have been using halal meat without telling consumers has highlighted a grey area in laws relating to food production. Dean Dunham explains your rights.
Flood victims – your rights
Feb 22, 2014
People's Lawyer Dean Dunham answers readers' questions about problems relating the floods from being paid if you can't get into work to becoming homeless.
Not my debt by Dean Dunham
Feb 7, 2014
Ever been contacted by a debt collector for a debt that definitely isn't your? You are not alone. People's Lawyer Dean Dunham advises on the step you can take.
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