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The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 now applies to all tenancies

The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 came into force on 20th March 2019, and made several amendments to the law around the condition of rented property. The Act...

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Coronavirus: what happens to annual leave?

During this coronavirus outbreak and time of uncertainty, it may not be possible for employees to take all their paid annual leave entitlement during the current holiday year. On 27th...

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Six employment law changes you need to know about in April 2020

It’s already been a busy few weeks in terms of employment law updates and the implementation of new (to the UK) initiatives such as furlough and government loans to businesses....

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How does the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme work?

On Friday (20th March), the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. The stated purpose of the scheme is to enable employers to ‘furlough’ employees with 80% of...

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How will coronavirus affect my family court case?

Family matters are stressful at the best of times but during these uncertain times, it is understandable that those who are amidst legal proceedings are wondering how COVID-19 will affect...

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What does the proposed eviction ban mean for renters and landlords?

The government has announced emergency legislation to suspend evictions as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. So what does this proposed eviction ban mean for landlords and tenants? At present,...

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Budget 2020: what does it mean for housing?

Last week’s 2020 budget announcement focused on mitigating the impact of coronavirus on our economy, but what was said about the housing market? Asha North, Team Leader in our New...

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Case study: £11,000 settlement for injured cyclist

Our Personal Injury solicitors advised a client on their cycling injury claim after being in a collision with a car. The incident Our client was cycling down the road when...

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Case study: £19,000 settlement for physical and psychological injury

Our client was involved in a road traffic accident when he was stationary in his car waiting to enter the roundabout. He was hit in the rear of his vehicle...

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Case study: loss of movement after machinery accident

Our client was involved in a machinery accident at the water plant where he worked. He was assisting with the repair of a piece of machinery and, whilst doing so,...

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What is the impact of coronavirus on child contact?

Over the past few weeks, we have all been inundated with news updates regarding travel to areas that have been affected by coronavirus and many of us are having to...

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Winter accidents: making a personal injury compensation claim

With the extreme weather that winter can bring, be that ice and snow or the storms we’ve experienced in recent weeks, everyday activities can become just that little bit extra...

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