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17:35

LifeStyle

16 April 1990: End of school boycott over HIV positive pupil

Jennie Rhodes

...of five-year-old Montserrat Sierra had won a court battle allowing the youngster to attend classes, despite fierce opposition from other parents who were fearful that their own children could be infected with the virus if they came into contact with

14:15

National

Ex-Cs member told not to stand for PP party in Madrid election

SUR

Ayuso. Now a court has ruled against it as the former actor wasn't registered on the local census in time. The PP appealed to the Constitutional Court which upheld the first court ruling this week. Cantó was previously the Cs spokesperson for the

15:55

Local

Favourable ruling brings hope for other Landsbanki claimants

F. TORRES / J. CANO

There is renewed optimism among some 160 couples and individuals, most of them British expatriate residents in Spain, affected by alleged misselling by a collapsed Icelandic bank. At the end of March a court in Malaga finally found in favour of ... when Landsbanki went bankrupt in the 2008 financial crisis as paying off the loan to the bank in part was confusingly tied up with the ongoing success of the bank itself. Despite setbacks in court for some early claimants, those affected are now ... one couple paves the way for possibly more favourable decisions in the future in this long-running story. The Malaga court has cancelled the debt that the affected British couple had.

12:47

National

Court ruling could declare thousands of fixed radar fines across Spain invalid

SUR

A court in Cordoba has declared a fine for a speeding charge that was captured by a fixed radar point was invalid and accused Spain's roads authority, the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT), of not sticking to the rules. Thousands of fines could ... be appealed based on the precedent created by this court’s ruling after the Dvuelta drivers’ association brought the case. The court ruled that a fine was invalid as the evidence of presented "did not have two photographs taken at different times of ... times: one of them will show a panoramic view vehicle; the other, the numberplate." In the Cordoba court ruling the judgement said that only one photograph of the vehicle was taken, although two were presented with different zooms and framing.

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