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  November 9, 2016
The Immigration Act 2016 has introduced a new mandatory ground for possession where a tenant or occupier does not have a right to rent.
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  November 8, 2016
As part of the Law Society's Pro Bono Week, a team of solicitors from the Huddersfield and Dewsbury Law Society’s unique Twinning Programme are visiting Uganda.
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  November 7, 2016
The shocking effects of the cuts to Legal Aid are becoming more and more apparent. It is clear that the cuts are denying vulnerable parties the access to legal representation and they need.
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  November 3, 2016
We are supporting Movember this year through our Last Friday Club. We have 12 very willing recruits (or #mobros) that have committed to growing a moustache throughout November in aid of Movember, "changing the face of mens health (this year supporting prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health)".
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  November 2, 2016
The Huddersfield and Dewsbury Law Society’s unique Twinning Programme with Uganda demonstrates the power of pro bono work to unite and develop the legal community locally and internationally – a collaboration on many levels from individuals to firms.
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  October 18, 2016
The long awaited decision in Horton –v- Henry has been handed down by the Court of Appeal. It has long been the case that pension payments already being received by a bankrupt could be the subject of an income payments order (IPO).
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  October 15, 2016
Here at Ramsdens Solicitors, we are dedicated to making a difference to those who we help, and sometimes it’s about going that extra mile to prevent people from suffering.
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  October 12, 2016
With the news that Angelina Jolie and her children are seeking therapy while her divorce from Brad Pitt proceeds, are children the silent victims of divorce? A new book published by Mishcon de Reya with children’s charity Place2Be features children’s heart breaking stories of growing up in the middle of divorce.
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