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By Caroline Smith
The Mortgage Rescue Scheme is a government initiative, which is run by local housing authorities, designed to prevent some of the most vulnerable families losing their homes.
By Richard Gilchrist
On 3 August 2009, the Land Registry introduced a new policy known as Early Completion.
By Caroline Smith
In times of economic boom, cases of mortgage fraud and professional negligence are often covered up by rising house prices, as mortgage lenders are able to recoup the value of the secured property following repossession.
By Paul Gilks
Following the final implementation phase of the Companies Act 2006 (the “Act”) on 1st October 2009, company directors may now choose to prevent their residential address being placed on the public register.
By Peter Pitt
To establish a case of constructive dismissal the employee must show that his employer committed a fundamental breach of a term of the employee’s contract of employment.
By Paul Gilks
The final implementation phase of the Companies Act 2006 (the “Act”) takes place on 1st October this year.
The Government has confirmed that from 1 October 2009, new regulations will be introduced to prevent any payment of tips from counting as "earnings" towards the NMW.
By Paul Gilks
The National Association of Pension Funds (“NAPF”) has recently published updated guidelines to assist its members when considering how to vote at the general meetings of listed and AIM companies.
By Sikin Andela
from 1 April 2009, the final staged increase in statutory holiday entitlement of 5.6 weeks (being 28 days for someone working a five or more days a week) comes into force.
By Richard Gilchrist
The UK has recently experienced an increase in the number of pre-packaged sales of companies in administration.
By Philip Eyre
Speak to any Construction Adjudicator and it is likely they will tell you that these days things are getting more tricky getting fees paid.
By Andrew Nicklinson
The current economic climate and the slowdown in the property market has caused some property developers to turn to letting newly-built properties which they are unable to sell.
By Andrew Nicklinson
In the recent House of Lords case, Scottish & Newcastle plc -v- Raguz, the decision of the Court of Appeal was overturned in a judgement to be welcomed by landlords.
By Sikin Andela
The new ACAS code on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures (the “Code”) will come into effect on 6 April 2009 when the current statutory disciplinary and grievance procedures are abolished.
By David Miles
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