If you are the person responsible for estate administration after a loved one has died, we know it can be an emotionally fraught and overwhelming time. Here we guide you through the probate process and share the key things you need to know before you begin.
Chancel repair liability is a legal obligation on some property owners in England and Wales to pay for certain repairs to a church which may or may not be the local parish church. The basis of chancel repair liability goes back hundreds of years to Henry VIII and the establishment of the Church of England. The chancel is that part of a traditionally laid-out church containing the altar and where the clergy and choir sit – usually at the east end of the church.
An injunction is a Court order that requires someone to do or not to do something. Under Part IV Family Law Act 1996 a person can apply for an injunction if they have been a victim of domestic abuse. There are two main types of injunctions in Family Law proceedings: