Separate names with a comma.
Let's assume that you are referring to an intestacy that may not have been properly dealt with back in the day.
Let's also assume that you're not...
Surely, you have used the "Log Me Out of Everywhere" function in the security settings?
It further assumes that there is no breach in play,
and that if there is, that you are not the party in breach.
A party is not required to...
Sure, if they can show that you took them.
Perhaps they have other evidence, like in-store video, or witnesses.
Ah, well, in that case, you are also in the realm of copyright.
Copyright, that is, in the live performance of the presenter,
and in particular in...
No. Consent must be express.
You only get to infer it by conduct when the conduct is a condition of access.
Such as "By entering this shopping...
Out in the street, there is no general right not to be be photographed.
Inside enclosed land (which includes but is not limited to indoors)
Agreed by whom?
The insurer is the party who gets final choice of repairer, not the insured.
And certainly not you.
The insurer's choice of...
That's between the insurer and the insured.
The insurer can then in turn come after you to make good their loss.
You don't have any right to...
What part of this is not clear?
An insurer is typically entitled to recover from an at-fault party.
And what reason did he give?
Have a read of this.
What makes you think that you are entitled to ignore them?
Do you want it to make it happen?
Or do you want to stop it happening?
You know, of course, that his "friend" is just using him
to get a visa...
Do nothing, and especially, sign nothing,
without getting your own independent legal advice.