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19 Aug 2019
A number of important changes in relation to employment law are due to come into force on 6 April 2020.
When a person dies, the entitlement to any pension or lump sum is generally limited to the spouse, civil partner or dependents of the deceased.
Many homeowners earn additional income by letting out property that they own or rent on a short-term basis via websites such as Airbnb.
In recent years, many developers have sold houses on long leases which has come as a surprise to many homeowners.
We reported previously on the sad case of the elderly couple who died in their home of hypothermia.
Your home may well be one of your major assets. Even if you are not planning on moving in the near future, it is always a good idea to keep abreast of the latest changes in the housing market.
30 Jul 2019
If someone wants to erect a structure, the starting point is that planning permission is needed.
Partners may be able to get shared parental leave and statutory shared parental pay if they are having a baby or adopting a child.
We regularly report on cases which reach the press and which remind us of the importance of making a will.
The Government website reminds us that employers must make reasonable adjustments to make sure workers with disabilities, or physical or mental health conditions, aren't substantially disadvantaged when doing their jobs.
As the property market slows down, an increasing number of property owners and potential buyers are attracted by the prospect of buying a property at an 'online auction'.
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