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As the world grapples with the challenges of increasing prices for energy and climate change, the importance of sustainable energy practices has never been more apparent. For commercial property owners...
When a court issues an order, it is legally binding and must be followed by all parties involved. Unfortunately, there are instances where one parent may disregard or breach a...
With the rise of remote work opportunities and the desire for more flexible lifestyles, many UK employees are considering the possibility of working remotely from another country, particularly during the...
In leases, break clauses serve as crucial provisions that provide flexibility for both landlords and tenants. These clauses allow either party to terminate the lease before the expiration of the...
The Government plans to prune restrictions around non-compete clauses when employees leave to join a competitor or set up a rival business, according to a policy paper just published. Proposals...
Businesses must make sure they do not paint themselves in artificial shades when it comes to pushing their environmental credentials. It follows the news that Shell has been found guilty...
A commercial landlord has been forced to pay back £174,000 in rental income that was declared to be the proceeds of crime. The tenant was operating an unlawful shisha smoking...
With increasing rates of re-marriage and the resulting blended families, parents need to take action if they wish to protect inheritance for children from a previous relationship Any fans of...

What is Contentious Probate?

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Contentious probate refers to any disputes about an individual’s estate when they are no longer here. This process can be difficult for families and lead to many mixed feelings, but...
The ‘rent-to-rent’ business model has seen a huge increase in recent years, reflecting the trend for businesses to take over utilisation of assets, like Uber and Airbnb. But for landlords,...
Property continues to catch headlines, whether prices are up or down; city dwellers are moving to the country or back again; or how long it may take to get the...
A lesson must be learned from the recent tragic case of two-year-old Awaab Ishak, who died after his health was compromised by mould growing in the rented home where he...

Christmas expected to hit couples hard

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Tough economic conditions and spiralling costs are expected to add to the pressure on couples facing the Christmas period. The new year often brings news of the unhappy couples who...
Fall-out from the government’s mini-Budget has seen back-tracking on some previously planned changes and it is vital to keep up-to-speed with tax changes, as a wait-and-see approach could see individuals...
When the chips are down and divorce is the only card left to play, tax planning is unlikely to be top of the list for many couples.  But failing to...

Garden predators invade the courts

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Garden predators are taking root in the courts, as householders take action to fight off plant invaders that can be highly destructive and undermine property values. One of the most...
Proposed new legislation is latest in a fast-changing landscape for private rented sector Residential landlords already struggling to keep up with legislation and guidelines, including the tenant protections extended by...
Earlier this month, the Prime Minister announced an extension to the Right to Buy scheme in an attempt to make home ownership possible for millions more in the UK. Right...
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