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Replacing a communal boiler or heating system

It is now not as common for new leasehold properties to have a communal boiler, hot water or heating system. The current preference tends to be for individual flats to have their own independent systems, with the landlord being obliged to provide a cold water supply to each flat.


New Parents and Redundancy: Change Ahead

Following a government commissioned consultation, new parents are to benefit from an increase in legal protection against redundancy. This follows concerns that the law is not working to protect new parents and that more needs to be done to promote job security when a new baby arrives on the scene.


The agency agreement in Costa Rica

An agency contract is not defined in the law; it has been defined by doctrine and case law as: “…. a lasting and stable collaboration for a principal (merchant, entrepreneur or businessman) to develop his activity, through a representative agent in a certain area…”


Fines of Up to £30,000 for Landlords and Agents Who Charge Excessive Fees to Tenants

New legislation prohibits landlords and agents from charging excessive fees to current and prospective tenants. It is part of a wider package of measures aimed at ensuring more good quality and affordable private housing.


Black Friday in July: A Retail Boost in Competition with Amazon

Is “Christmas in July” a bonus for consumers or retailers? Which retailers are coming to the front of the price slashing competition and what products are hot off the shelves?