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The Government has advised that a trial could take place for the conveyancing process to allow a buyer and seller to be locked into a transaction by way of a reservation agreement. The Government has pledged to fix what it considers to be a ‘broken’ housing market and make the buying and selling process quicker, cheaper...
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Did you know that all legal advice at the police station is free of charge? When an arrested person is at the police station they have ‘the right to consult privately with a solicitor and that free independent legal advice is available’ (PACE Code C3.1). This is a continuing right and can be exercised at any...
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Did you know the duty on employers to maintain National Minimum Wage records moves to the transferee when a TUPE transfer takes place? The Employment Appeal Tribunal confirmed in Mears Homecare Ltd v Bradburn and others (May 2019) that the duty on employers to maintain National Minimum Wage records moves to the transferee (or ‘new’ company) when...
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In today’s market it is becoming increasingly common for homeowners to stay on in their property longer than they otherwise might do (as we have seen in Channel 4’s Love it or List it programme with Kirsty and Phil) by choosing to improve their homes to maximise space and also to add value. One particular example...
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Lasting Powers of Attorneys (LPA) – which is which? There are two types of LPA’s but what are the differences? Property and Affairs LPAs for decisions about finances, for example in relation to bank accounts, utility companies and property. This LPA can be used by your attorneys as soon as the document is registered, regardless if...
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