School fined €50,000 for data protection infringement 

Complainant sought access to her son’s occupational and speech therapy sessions files, which service was provided by the school he attended. The Commissioner highlighted a “serious lack of diligence” by the school, noting several deficiencies. A €50,000 fine was imposed, with an additional €50 for each day the violation persisted.

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Dispute on property description lands owners in Court 

The First Hall Civil Court affirmed that indeed the description referred to a state of co-ownership. This decision was supported by the historical and structural context of the building, as the properties were originally designed as separate tenements for various families or “kerrejja,” as testified by witnesses during the proceedings.

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