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The Social Services and Well-Being (Wales) Act 2014 (“the Welsh Act”) places a “general” duty on certain bodies to promote the “well-being” of various social groups. This article considers a recent ‘English’ case, applicable – by analogy – to the Welsh Act that has certain implications about the relevance of financial constraints to decisions under – Read more..
It is said that it takes a generation to build up a body of court made law which interprets and applies a new statutory scheme. Below you will find the links to the reported cases which currently cite the Social Services and Well-Being (Wales) Act 2014 The List The cases are listed, first, by – Read more..