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Chain Matrix 2

By Nick Holmes on February 20, 2009

Neo and the rebel leaders estimate that they have 72 hours until 250,000 probes discover Zion and destroy it and its inhabitants. During this, Neo must decide how he can save Trinity from a dark fate in his dreams. – (…)

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HIPs – enforcing competence

By Nick Holmes on July 12, 2006

I’m interested in HIPs for two reasons: (1) some of infolaw’s bread and butter is the supply of forms and precedents to lawyers; and (2) HIPs are an example of government regulation which should achieve a social benefit – less (…)

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Home Information Pack Draft Regulations

By Nick Holmes on November 2, 2005

The ODPM has published Draft Home Information Pack Regulations concerned with the meaning of HIP, the contents of HIPs, forms for providing HIP information, assembly and authenticity of HIPs, exceptions to the duty to have a HIP and enforcement of (…)

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Home Information Pack Progress

By Nick Holmes on October 19, 2005

Progress is a new industry update on Home Information Packs (HIPs) produced by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, for organisations and individuals across the property industry who are involved in the implementation of the Home Information Pack Programme. (…)

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