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Court Holds That Pre-2015 EPC Was Not Required for Eviction

Karen du Rocher
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In a recent case, the Court of Appeal declared that a section 21 notice seeking possession was valid, despite the landlord failing to provide an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) prior to the notice. Typically, a landlord cannot serve a valid section 21...

Managing financial affairs under a lasting power of attorney

Hardeep Gill
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Making a lasting power of attorney for your finances is an important part of lifetime legal planning, especially if you have built up a portfolio of assets and investments which require regular management. While this legal authority needs to be set up well...

Do you need a freezing injunction to protect marital assets?

Avril Croud
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Once a relationship has broken down, while many couples remain on good terms, sometimes the situation is irretrievable and behaviour can go beyond what is acceptable or legal.  In particular, disputes over who gets what in the financial settlement can...

Compensation for injury in a cycling accident

Peter Ellicott
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The number of cycling accidents has risen significantly since the lockdowns, with car insurer More Than reporting that claims by vulnerable road users are up by 10 per cent. With gyms closed, restrictions on group sports and people working from home, it was...

Obligations under a full repairing and insuring commercial lease

Harish Tekchandani
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Keeping commercial property insured and in good repair is important for both landlords and tenants, but for slightly different reasons.  The tenant wants to be able to run a business from a well-maintained property.  The landlord’s chief...

Relying on the concept of 'next of kin' - when is this enough?

Hardeep Gill
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Next of kin is a commonly used term in everyday language, yet despite its frequent use ‘next of kin’ only provides legal rights where children are concerned and, even then, only in certain circumstances. The general rule is that the parent or...

Making a will or giving a gift on your deathbed

Hardeep Gill
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Making a will or giving a gift on your deathbed Living through a global pandemic has meant seeing loved ones taken from us at an alarming rate, and it has been distressing for many to see someone taken into hospital and not know if you might be able to...

Secrets of success in manufacturing agreements

Selwan Yousif
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Relationships with manufacturers can become the backbone of your business in the long term, which is why it is important to have legal agreements in place that will grow with these relationships. ‘Before any contract conversations even begin, you need...

Selling a business? Make sure you clear out any skeletons first

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Preparation is the key to success with most things in life and is particularly important when you are trying to attract a buyer for your business.  This is because any potential acquirer will almost certainly want to carry out pre-purchase checks to...

New rules for whiplash and other minor road accident injury claims

Kenneth Amakye
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If you have been injured in a road traffic accident that was not your fault, then you may be entitled to compensation. To secure this, it is usual to employ the services of an experienced personal injury lawyer who will lodge a properly assessed and...

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