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sexually harassed - can i claim

i have been sexually harassed at school 2 years ago by another student from the school. we have involved the police, they have done some investigation but havent heard of them for more than a year. i want to take action now,now i am old enough. can i claim against the school or the school governors? 

leaseholder arrangements

Hi I am looking for advice. I have owned a Leasehold property for some 5 years and unfortunately, it came to light when trying to sell that the lease was under 60 years . I spent the last year negotiating with the freeholder to purchase the freehold. This is now complete and i have logged the transfer of title with the Land Registry and have the relevant paperwork. I also found a buyer for my property, however, their lender devalued the property as they claim it is still lease hold. I have checked with Land Registry and it appears that it is listed as both Leasehold and Freehold. I am presuming that as there is a small mortgage out standing, then the lease will remain until clear (for clarity, i no longer pay ground rent to anyone). My question is, as i own both, can i get the lease dissolved?