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  July 5, 2019
Case Law Update – Adverse possession Thorpe v Frank 2019
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  June 13, 2019
DIY wills are not a new phenomenon and have been around for some time. An attractive option to many allowing a saving of a few hundred pounds. But what position can this leave your family in?
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  May 24, 2019
This time last year many businesses were introducing new policies and training their staff, in readiness for the GDPR coming into effect on 25th May 2018.
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  April 15, 2019
The government have announced plans over the weekend of its intention to abolish section 21 notices for private residential evictions.
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  April 8, 2019
Headlines featuring artificial intelligence (“AI”) are now becoming a daily occurrence- an interesting and fascinating evolution of technology, given that AI was once regarded as nothing more than fiction or light years away.
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  March 15, 2019
Has your Company been struck off the register? Or have you an unresolved claim against a company that has been struck off? These are scenarios where you may be considering your options and thinking about restoring a company to the register.
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  January 23, 2019
As you may know, dilapidations is a term used to refer to damages or defects to a property which a tenant is generally legally obliged to put right at the end of their lease. Depending on the terms of the lease, where dilapidations do occur, it is likely that the tenant has breached various agreements, the most obvious being the repairing covenant.
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  December 12, 2018
When reaching a deal, it is often the case that the parties are on positive terms, a deal is done, a contract is signed, (or in some cases the agreement is nothing more than verbal).
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