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Purchases and People

When considering purchasing the freehold to your property you may also need to consider whether there are any employment issues which may arise.

Maintenance For Children At University Or College

Sending your child on to college or university is a significant financial commitment. The cost of living rises year on year and as well as tuition fees, students need to budget for rent, books and study materials, food, socialising and travel amongst many other things.

So, Is This Going To Be The Biggest Change In Enfranchisement In The Last 17 Years?

The Law Commission have today published their long-awaited report into the legal aspects of the proposed reforms for the law in this area. The Commonhold Leasehold Reform Act 2002 was the last big legislative foray into reform in this area, which came into force in 2003.

What Does It Mean to Be a British National (Overseas) and What’s Next for Citizens of Hong Kong?

On 30 June 2020, Hong Kong formalised national security law, which has not only sparked protests across the former British colony, but also international criticism.

The Realities of Going Back to the Desk

As UK businesses begin to re-open their doors, employers are having to embrace a range of new challenges. At the top of that list will be the additional protections that COVID-19 has forced organisations to put in place.