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 Emily Walker
  July 21, 2021
Emily Walker, Solicitor in our Litigation team, has featured on The Times answering readers’ questions on neglected hedges and undefined boundaries with neighbours.
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 Hilary Garnett
  July 5, 2021
At the moment, the Insolvency Service has the power to investigate directors of live companies and those entering into a form of insolvency.
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 Nick Armitage
  June 23, 2021
Nick Armitage, Partner and Head of the Ramsdens Litigation department, has featured on The Mirror giving his opinion on a recent story whereby a tenant was asked to pay £14,400, 12 months’ worth of rent payments, upfront as she had a County Court Judgement on her credit file.
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 Hilary Garnett
  May 14, 2021
17 May 2021 may be an important date in the Government’s ‘roadmap’ of measures to ease Coronavirus restrictions, but it also marks the deadline for responses to the Ministry of Justice’s (MOJ’s) consultation on proposals to increase selected court fees and Help with Fees income thresholds.
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 Kirsty Jackson
  May 5, 2021
Businesses who lease premises but whose workforce may not all return to work when COVID-19 restrictions are eased are considering whether to look for smaller premises, or to reduce the space they rent – but need to know how they can get out of their existing lease, or vary it, to achieve what they want.
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 Nick Armitage
  April 30, 2021
The pandemic caused by Covid-19 and the resulting restrictions has touched all of us personally and in the way we conduct business. For some, the future will bring a change of direction and for others a renewed ambition to take our businesses to a new level. Change they say is a constant and never has that been more true.
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  April 27, 2021
Ramsdens Solicitors very own Queen of adrenaline, Julie Ellam from our Litigation team took to the skies…all for charity.
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 Hilary Garnett
  April 23, 2021
Two new types of insolvency procedure will come into effect on 4 May 2021, both intended to give a breathing space, or short period of respite, for people in problem debt.
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