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What would a lease extension mean for leaseholders?

Leaseholders in England will soon be able to extend their leases by a maximum of 990 years, without paying ground rent, if plans announced by Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick, go...

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How do I change my child’s name?

You can change your child’s name at any time, as long as they are under the age of 18. You don’t have to have a specific or valid reason for...

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Changes to the Highway Code: what road users need to know

The Highway Code has recently been updated to give more priority and protection for pedestrians and cyclists, and other vulnerable road users. First published in 1931, the guidance has undergone...

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Dealing with divorce and finances online: what does this mean for me?

HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS), which is responsible for the administration of family courts in England and Wales, has trialled a digital process for dealing with divorce finances online....

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Cancer Research study finds delays in referrals for breast cancer symptoms

A retrospective study, funded by Cancer Research UK and published in the BMJ Quality and Safety Journal, found that only 40% of patients with red flag signs and symptoms of...

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Case Studies

Case study: shareholder and director dispute after breach of terms

Our dispute resolution solicitors recently advised a director and shareholder of a specialist refrigeration company on a shareholder dispute. Mr M instructed Associate, Nick Howell, after he discovered that his...

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Baby Loss Awareness Week 2021

Baby Loss Awareness Week takes place every year on 9th – 15th October. Now in its 19th year, the week aims to raise awareness about how pregnancy and baby loss...

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Firm News

Barcan+Kirby ranked top in Legal 500 2022

The firm has maintained top rankings in legal guide, The Legal 500, for medical negligence, personal injury and family law. The rankings include a top tier ranking for our clinical negligence expertise, and...

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Covid-19: commercial premises update

The coronavirus pandemic, and the necessary restrictions the Government introduced in the commercial property sector, represent unprecedented times for both tenants and landlords. Whilst the majority of these restrictions have...

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Case Studies

Case study: £2.9m compensation for child diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a result of substandard hospital care

Our specialist medical negligence solicitors helped claim compensation for a child who has cerebral palsy as a result of brain damage she suffered as hospital patient. Failure to treat chest...

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The end of furlough: what you need to know

The Government’s furlough scheme comes to a close at the end of September 2021. It has undoubtedly been a lifeline for millions across the UK since it came into effect...

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Changes to residential possession notice periods from October 2021

The Government recently announced that notice periods for residential tenancies in England will revert back to pre-pandemic rules from 1st October 2021. The Coronavirus Act 2020 (Residential Tenancies and Notices)...

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