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 Nick Armitage
  May 19, 2022
The Renters Reform Bill that is intended to abolish non-fault notices known as section 21 notices that terminate assured shorthold tenancy of residential properties has made its way into the list of Bills in the recent Queen’s Speech.
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  May 13, 2022
Ramsdens Solicitors LLP has recently announced its latest round of promotions for 2022. The promotions took effect from the 3 May and comprises of staff members from across its Private Client and Commercial services.
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 Hilary Garnett
  March 31, 2022
The remaining temporary insolvency measures imposed by the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 expire today (31 March 2022).
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 Nick Armitage
  March 29, 2022
Save for limited circumstances, on Friday 25 March 2022 the last Covid-19 restrictions that were brought in during March 2020 have been removed.
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 Nick Armitage
  February 25, 2022
Significant changes to the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) could impact the portfolios of commercial landlords from April 2023.
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 Emily Walker
  February 17, 2022
​Our Litigation Solicitor Emily Walker has featured in The Sunday Times providing home help to a reader who asked for advice on a neighbour dispute involving a shared fence.
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 Hilary Garnett
  February 14, 2022
New provisions come into force on 15 February 2022 for directors of dissolved companies to face disqualification action.
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 Nick Armitage
  December 14, 2021
In the recent case of Jones & Ors v Lydon & Ors [2021] EWHC 2322 (Ch) the High Court confirmed that where communications are expressed to be made on a “without prejudice” basis, a clear intention must be expressed to move them to an open footing, so that without prejudice privilege will cease to apply.
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