IMPORTANT UPDATE: COVID-19

 Natalie Marrison
  May 26, 2020
Fresh reports of care home closures across the UK due to COVID-19 continue to come to light, including at Friary Lodge in Whetstone, North London and Temple Court in Kettering. Staffing issues and operational difficulties due to the pandemic were cited as reasons for the temporary closure.
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 Hilary Garnett
  May 21, 2020
In our blog of 24 April we reported on the Government’s press release announcing measures to protect companies and commercial tenants from aggressive rent collection by their landlords during the Coronavirus pandemic.
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 Lindsey Frith
  May 14, 2020
​The Government estimates that over 450,000 property sales and lettings have been halted since the restrictions on viewings and house moves were imposed back in March, but new guidance in England this week means estate agents, removal companies and conveyancers can get back to work.
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 Kirsty Jackson
  May 5, 2020
​From 4 May HM Land Registry are introducing temporary changes to assist with ongoing land transactions during COVID-19. These measures are only temporary during the current pandemic and may be modified or withdrawn at any time.
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 Natalie Lang
  April 29, 2020
Leaving behind a Will ensures that our affairs are looked after once we die, but not everybody thinks about what would happen if they were unable to manage their affairs during their lifetime.
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  April 27, 2020
​Despite the climate of economic uncertainty, opportunities still exist for businesses and many are updating their plans and adapting to the difficult circumstances. Many businesses are taking advantage of the lull in business activity to sort out various housekeeping matters and to consider the future.
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 Hilary Garnett
  April 24, 2020
Further measures have been announced to protect companies and commercial tenants from aggressive rent collection by their landlords during the Coronavirus pandemic.
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 Claire Rutter
  April 24, 2020
In circumstances where a couple are unmarried and have jointly owned property they may be living separately whether voluntarily or having been excluded from the property by their partner.
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