The Government is planning to introduce its Whiplash reforms by the end of April 2019. Although, perhaps it is no surprise that due to the current legislative agenda being dominated by Brexit that this deadline will not be met.Read More
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The government are set to introduce new plans whereby Private Landlords will no longer be able to evict tenants at short notice and without good reason. The news comes just weeks before the Tenant Fees Act takes effect on 1st June which bans unfair letting fees and caps tenancy deposits at 5 weeks rent.Read More
“Room for Improvement”: New Regulations for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) seek to improve living conditions.
The truth is, everybody needs a Will, whether you are married with a family, single with no children, young or old, yet around 60% of adults in the UK do not have one. If you die without leaving a Will, your estate will be divided according to the law which might not always be the way you want. Making a Will puts you in control of what happens following your death.Read More
Fraud is becoming an increasingly significant issue and is now one of the most commonly experienced crimes in the UK. According to the Office for National Statistics’ crime survey, there was an estimated 3.3 million cases of fraud in the year ending June 2018. This high figure captures a broad range of fraud offences, including lower-harm cases. But fraud can have very significant impacts, particularly as the value of the scam increases. Property fraud is a real threat that buyers, sellers and solicitors need to be aware of to help ward-off would-be fraudsters.Read More
If, like most of us, you don’t have an autobiography and you’re not planning on releasing your personal memoirs anytime soon, your will is the most detailed document you’ll ever have about your life.
This one, all-encompassing legal document captures what should happen to your life’s earnings, accumulated assets, the family home, your sentimental possessions, how your beloved pet corgi or fish that refuses to smile back should be cared for, what your religious preferences are, any last wishes, and what you’d like to happen to your earthly body when you’re gone. Your will is, in effect, your opportunity to have the last say. Whether you’re stubborn or not, that’s a protection we should all want.
What does the revocation of a will mean?
Revocation means to cancel a will. This can happen in a variety of ways. A will can be cancelled by an act, but it can also be possible to cancel a will by implication.Read More
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