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No Special Status for EU Workers after Brexit, Suggests UK Cabinet

EU workers should hold no special status in UK immigration law once the Brexit process is complete, the Cabinet agreed this week.


Parental Alienation

Parental alienation is a label that is being applied more frequently than ever before in cases that involve high conflict disputes about children. On separation, arrangements will need to be made dealing with who the children will spend time with and when.


A Fairer Deal for Leaseholders of Houses and Flats

The Law Commission has today published its long awaited consultation paper on the proposed reforms to the residential leasehold system. Mark Chick has been part of the initial discussions leading up to this consultation and a short note on the background to this development appears below.


Narcissistic Abuse

I feel it’s time to write about “narcissistic abuse”. It is a very frightening situation for a lot of people that I meet in my line of work, yet very often it is not acknowledged by others. 


Managing the Managing Agent

You have purchased a leasehold interest in a flat. Over time you realise that the common parts have been neglected. What now? How can a leaseholder wrestle control of the management of a building?