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By Peter McGeown
Second, the allowance is only available on legacies to direct lineal descendants, meaning childless couples will not have the benefit of an increased allowance.
By Tim Read
In today's difficult economic climate, tenants who have negotiated a break clause in their commercial lease may be alarmed to find out just how difficult it can be to successfully exercise it.
By Alison Gair, Robert Cherry
As always, April brought some changes with it. To remind you: National Living Wage - The big one was the introduction of the National Living Wage (NLW) from 1 April 2016.
By Alison Gair, Robert Cherry
While EU membership has been dominating the headlines, the world of employment law has continued to turn. And as we all ponder the Brexit implications, here's our roundup of some other developments.
By Alison Gair
Over the Summer some of the new employment-related parts of the Immigration Act 2016 began to apply.
By Carlton Rae
A recent Which? survey found that 27% of people have had issues with neighbours in the last year. Neighbour disputes can leave people feeling angry, irritable and stressed.
By Barry Niven
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect on 25 May 2018 and will be the most significant change to the data protection regime in the EU for a generation.