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Date: 27 Feb 2015

Is your business ‘expecting’ Shared Parental Leave?

The Shared Parental Leave regulations will shortly come into play for those parents expecting or adopting babies due on, or after 5th April 2015

Date: 17 Feb 2015

Landlords and letting agents should move in on tenancy deposit protection

In light of the recent Charalambous Court of Appeal case, it is crucial that landlords take action to safeguard their tenancy deposits when dealing with...

Date: 17 Feb 2015

Entrenched position over ditch to cost thousands

Two couples who entered into a protracted legal argument over the ownership of a ditch have been left facing legal costs of £500,000 after the...

Date: 16 Feb 2015

What is a ‘residential unit’? High Court rules

A couple who made £13 million by selling their land for residential development are in line for a further very substantial sum 

Date: 13 Feb 2015

Apartment block tenants face £20 million bill for freehold

Victory by residents of a prestige mansion block in their five-year struggle to acquire the building's freehold proving to be a mixed blessing

Date: 12 Feb 2015

Dishonest letting agencies boss escapes directorship ban

A dishonest letting agencies boss has defeated a High Court bid to have him disqualified from holding company directorships

Date: 11 Feb 2015

Right to buy deal binding, rules court

More cases are coming to court alleging that 'undue influence' has been used to persuade a person to do something that is not in their...

Date: 10 Feb 2015

Gas safety note for landlords

Residential landlords will be aware of their legal responsibility under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 to have annual safety inspections 

Date: 09 Feb 2015

Landowner wins power cables compensation fight

Landowner has won the right to substantial compensation from an electricity company

Date: 06 Feb 2015

Rights to light – proposed changes in the law

The right to light has always been a complex and confusing area of law in the UK.