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Litigation | 19 June 2020
Can a Landlord evict a Tenant through the Section 21 ‘non-fault’ procedure where a Gas Safety Certificate was not provided to the Tenant at the outset of the Tenancy?
Litigation | 19 June 2020

From 1 October 2018, the Deregulation Act 2015 applied to all tenancies. The Act suggested...

Settlement Agreements
Litigation, Employment Law, Business Services | 24 April 2020
Settlement Agreements – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Litigation, Employment Law, Business Services | 24 April 2020

An unfortunate effect of the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is an increase in...

court
Litigation | 19 March 2020
CIVIL COURT SERVICES DURING CORONAVIRUS
Litigation | 19 March 2020

HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) have published guidance on court and tribunal services in...

Construction Worker
Litigation | 04 February 2020
Government Proposals: Grenfell
Litigation | 04 February 2020

In the wake of the Grenfell disaster, new measures have been announced by the Government...

Probate Claims
Litigation | 07 November 2019
Standstill Agreements and Extending Limitation regarding Probate Claims
Litigation | 07 November 2019

Under the Inheritance (Provision for Family Dependence) Act 1975 a dissatisfied beneficiary may bring a...

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Litigation | 30 October 2019
Being A Paralegal
Litigation | 30 October 2019

Being a paralegal in our Litigation Department can be very rewarding but also very demanding...

Social media in legal cases
Litigation | 02 August 2019
Social media posts used as evidence- case law in Interpreting the words in social media posts
Litigation | 02 August 2019

In a recent Supreme Court decision earlier this year, Stocker –v- Stocker [2019] UKSC 17...

Landlord and Tenant
Litigation | 01 August 2019
Evicting Tenants - no fault tenancy evictions now allowed
Litigation | 01 August 2019

The government has now released its long awaited paper in relation to Section 21 of...

Proprietory Estoppel – Promises of a Third Party
Litigation | 02 July 2019
Proprietory Estoppel – Promises of a Third Party
Litigation | 02 July 2019

In the recent decision of the High Court in Sahota v. Prior, the High Court...

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