Property Litigation specialist lawyer, Will Bartley, provides advice on why a suitable AST is required to be provided by the landlord at the start of the tenancy; discussing what this has meant for landlords and tenants.
Property Litigation specialist lawyer, Will Bartley, provides an update on how residential lettings have been impacted by the pandemic; what this has meant for landlords and tenants; and how this will evolve over the next few months.
In this Q&A: Property Litigation specialist lawyer, Will Bartley, provides an update on how Airbnb style lettings of residential flats can be problematic for leaseholders, who could be in breach of their lease without knowing it.
If you incur a parking fine and move from your current address before a court claim is issued, you may not receive the court paperwork and the Claimant may apply for a Default Judgment against you.
People often only become aware of a CCJ when they apply for some sort of credit like a mortgage and the credit is refused due to the applicant having a poor credit rating.
Employment & HR law specialist, Chris Dobbs looks at whether Long Covid should be treated as a disability in the workplace, and advises how employers should handle it.
Anna Curtis discusses what happens when a CCJ is sent to the wrong address, detailing what to do in that situation. Anna describes how to go about the process of setting aside a CCJ that you didn't know about.
Uber have lost their appeal in the Supreme Court. The Supreme court unanimously dismissed the appeal. It now means that drivers are now considered workers for employment law purposes.
Insolvency guru, Malcolm Niekirk looks at the relative merits of misfeasance and wrongful trading claims against directors.
Specialist solicitor, Chris Dobbs looks at vaccination in the workplace. Can an employer force staff to be vaccinated? Can an employee be dismissed if they refuse the COVID vaccine? What is vaccine discrimination? Is anti-vax a philosophical belief?
Chris Dobbs provides the latest on Heskett v Secretary of State for Justice, and discusses Indirect Discrimination.
Malcolm Niekirk, Frettens' resident Insolvency Guru, looks at a technical aspect of insolvency law, and one that is sure to become more prevalent in the coming months.
The recent return of Crown Preference has implications for insolvency set off, which he addresses in this article.
Insolvency Guru, Malcolm Niekirk, looks at the lightweight insolvency protocols, examining the pros, cons, and alternatives. What is different about a light touch administration? When can you use one?
The governing law, the Cathedrals Measure, is being replaced, probably early next year.
For every cathedral, the existing trinity-like body corporate will change. All assets, engagements and liabilities will belong to a single body corporate, the Chapter. That won’t happen immediately. Each cathedral will need time to reconstitute its Chapter.
Frettens' resident insolvency guru, Malcolm Niekirk, takes a look at an emerging hot topic in insolvency and commercial property - the move to turnover rents.
Frettens' resident Insolvency Guru, Malcolm Niekirk, looks at whether CVAs are still viable now that crown preference has been reinstated.
Michelle Hayter is a partner and head of Frettens' specialist dispute resolution team . A specialist in dealing with contentious wills and probate , she is recommended in the Legal 500 , an independent guide to the legal sector, for her work...
Our insolvency Guru, Malcolm Niekirk looks at the return of HMRC Crown Preference to insolvency proceedings and the implications for insolvency practitioners.
Our resident insolvency guru, Malcolm Niekirk, looks at one of the potential consequences of the return of crown preference.
Sometimes referred to as a ‘romalpa clause’ or a ‘reservation of title clause’, a retention of title clause is a clause within a contract that allows a seller to retain the legal title to goods that have been sold and delivered to a buyer
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