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Can a Will Be Valid if You Can't Read it?

One of the requirements for a will to be accepted as valid is that the person who makes it must...

Force Majeure Attempt to Avoid Agreement Fails

Oil exploration is a risky business and industry contracts commonly make provision for unforeseen...

Councils Pay Out More Than £2 Million for Pavement Trips

In the year to May 2018, councils in the UK paid out more than £2.1 million in compensation...

Risk Assessments for Breastfeeding Mothers

EU Directive 92/85/EEC is aimed at protecting the health and safety of women in the workplace who...

Diners Struck Down With Salmonella Win Damages

Expert legal advice is essential for those injured or made ill during a leisure activity, as was...

Inconsistent Residential Planning Permission Overturned

If you are faced with an unwelcome proposal for development nearby, a recent case shows how...

Tax Mitigation Scheme Failure Proves Disastrous

Collecting debts is often a long and arduous process, but the use of bankruptcy proceedings can be...

Wife Seeking Divorce Fails to Prove English Domicile

London has gained a reputation as 'the divorce capital of the world' because settlements reached...

Attorney Pays for Lack of Attention

If you accept appointment under a power of attorney, it is essential to understand the...

When is a Year More Than a Year?

When a landlord appointed agents to manage properties in London, it did so under an agreement for...

Family of Mesothelioma Victim Recover Hospice Care Costs

A recent case saw the family of a woman from West Yorkshire, who died after being diagnosed with...

New Guidance on Care Home Charges After Death

It is a stressful and unhappy enough time when a loved one dies, but the anguish of those mourning...

Asset Freezing Can be Costly

Asset freezing injunctions can be a crucial tool in commercial litigation – but applying for...
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