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A Rough Guide to Adverse Possession

The concept of adverse possession can be a difficult legal area to grasp, at first glance seemingly giving priority to … Read More

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Take Notice Landlords of Assured Tenants

By Paul Moulder As from 1 December 2016 All those acting for Landlords of Assured Tenants (or Assured Tenants) should … Read More

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Who owns the land between two houses?

Land ownership and boundary disputes can result in lengthy and expensive legal action, often with emotions running high over even … Read More

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Applying for a Warrant of Possession?

By Paul Moulder Cardiff County Council v Lee [2016] EWCA Civ 1034 If a Landlord has the benefit of a … Read More

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Don’t Get Uber-Excited

By Matthew Pascall, Barrister, Guildford Chambers The Uber decision has not made new law and is highly fact-sensitive; Businesses need … Read More

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Property Transaction Fraud

Conveyancers acting for sellers need to be on their guard By Jonathan Lester Following the decision in Purrunsing v A’Court … Read More

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Costs in Planning Cases

CPR Rule 45.43 The Aarhus Convention By Matthew Pascall, Barrister, Guildford Chambers  In claims for Judicial Review arising out of … Read More

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TUPE and Pensions

A Short Briefing Note By Matthew Pascall, Barrister, Guildford Chambers Ordinarily one would assume that obligations and duties in relation … Read More

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Should I Stay Or Should I Blow?

What should a motorist do when stopped by the Police and asked for a road-side breath test? There are a … Read More

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Costs in Planning Judicial Reviews post Venn v SSCLG

Automatic cost capping in Aarhus claims post-Venn v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government [2014] EWCA Civ. 1539 … Read More

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Calculating Holiday Pay

Bear Scotland & Others v. Fulton & Others UKEAT/0047/13/BI EAT Langstaff J- Calculating Holiday Pay Case Note by Matthew Pascal, … Read More

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A Guide for Family Lawyers

The Child Maintenance Service and the New Rules: A Guide for Family Lawyers The CMS is the new name for … Read More

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