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Your rights about different methods of communication including television, radio, and newspapers. The rules about copyright.
Your rights as a consumer under company and business law or regulation.
How you take court action for damages for personal injuries. Includes information about the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme.
Information about complementary methods of treatment.
Older people's rights to reduced costs of various goods and services
Ways you can try to sort out problems if you are separating or getting divorced, without going to court.
Information about the different parliamentary constituencies and their boundaries.
What to do if you have been forced to resign from work because of your employer's behaviour. Also includes wrongful dismissal.
Information on consumer contracts, and buying and selling of goods. How to complain when you are not happy with the goods supplied by a shop or other supplier.
Your rights as a consumer, including rights to complain.
Your rights if you borrow money or buy goods using a credit agreement. Also includes hire purchase and other agreements, where you do not own the goods until you have made all the payments.
Your rights when buying goods, including your rights if the goods are faulty or are not satisfactory.
Consumer law relating to buying and selling goods and services, including safety regulations.
Your rights to get the service you want.
Your rights under your contract of employment, including pay and leave. Employers' and employees' rights and responsibilities. Also covers fixed-term contracts, illegal contracts and agency employees.
Your rights to own your own literary and artistic material, music, films, sound recordings and broadcasts, including software and multimedia.
The rules about companies in England and Wales having to pay tax on their profits.
The rules about paying council tax, which replaced the community charge (poll tax). Includes how your property is valued and who is entitled to discounts and exemptions.
The types of tenancy you can get from the council, including protected and introductory tenancies.