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Sophie Lamont
Two pieces of legislation came into force at the end of 2018 which will transform the personal injury sector. Royal assent has been granted for both the Civil Liability Bill and Courts and Tribunals (Judiciary and Functions of Staff) Bill. The Civil Liability Act is likely to come into force in April 2020 and introduces...
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A Government Help to Buy ISA is to help any first time buyer towards their purchase of their first ever home. You can open one with any amount of money up to £1,200.00, and then on a monthly basis you can save up to £200.00. Most banks have this facility, and once you have found...
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In a case where reasonable financial provision has not been made, the Inheritance Act enables the court to vary the distribution of the deceased’s estate for certain family members and dependants. A recent report has found that the number of Wills and probate disputes making their way to HM Courts and Tribunals system increased by 6% in 2018. Whilst research...
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Drones are very much in the news at the moment with events at Gatwick Airport.  Many people may be buying them for Christmas as gifts so it is important that they are aware of the regulations that apply to them. Drones and the law This article examines drones and the legal framework which governs their...
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