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Alpine Coach Crash Victim Wins Damages Settlement

The psychological scars borne by road accident victims can be just as serious as their physical...

Tenancy or Licence? Security Company Wins Possession Order

The distinction between tenancies and licences to occupy premises is crucial but not always easy...

Misled Mother to Lose Home

It may sound overcautious to say so, but it is always worth taking legal advice before entering...

Haulage Company Must Compensate Electrocuted Driver

The health and safety obligations placed upon employers are onerous and failing to meet them in...

Small Business Data Protection Law Compliance Checklist

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) publishes a great deal of useful information for all...

CGT Net Tightens for Homeowners

The recent Budget contained an announcement that will be unwelcome news for some property owners. ...

Employee Copyright Agreement Achieved Legitimate Aim

Many employers require their staff to sign copyright agreements by which they give up their...

Probate Charges to be Increased for Larger Estates

Proposals to link the cost of being granted probate over an estate valued at more than...

All Change for VAT on Vouchers

If your business issues vouchers, you should be aware that the VAT regime will change...

Leasehold Reform Consultation Ends

The leasehold system in the UK has been crying out for reform for years, and the Government has...

Late Appeal is Void Appeal for Property Owner

When the owner of a property that had been designated as a house in multiple occupation (HMO) by...

If HMRC Don't Get it Right

You may be forgiven for thinking that the authorities always follow proper procedures, but that is...
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