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By Rachel Hawkins
The court recently held that an appointed executor under the Will who had lost mental capacity, can be replaced by her Attorney.
By Francesca Rossi
An unusual request highlights the importance of obtaining professional advice when drafting Wills. The gentleman concerned is not our client and is still alive.
By Carolyn Bagley
A recent High Court decision highlights the importance of creating a new Will, where the testator's intentions have changed
By Nicholas Hall
The recent case of Baldeh v Churches Housing Association established that an employee could satisfy the test of disability where their condition had a material influence
By Christine Bowyer-Jones
April saw Australian international and Super Rugby's top try scorer Israel Folau disciplined by Rugby Australia ("RA") for comments posted on social media site Instagram.
By Kasia Reda (Trainee Solicitor)
Last month, the Court of Arbitration for Sport ("CAS") ruled against Caster Semenya in her long-standing dispute with the International Association of Athletics Federation ("IAAF").
By Edward Wheen
It has not been the best of years for José Mourinho. Zinedine Zidane has recently beaten him to the job of Real Madrid manager ...
By Ross Johnstone
Tenants at an airfield contested their Landlord's notice to terminate their 1954 Act protected tenancies. The Landlord wished to promote the airfield site as a residential development.
By Suzanne Bingham
Suzanne Bingham considers a recent unreported judgment in the County Court that confirms that failure by Landlords to supply a current gas certificate to residential tenants at the start
By Amanda O'Mahony
A recent decision by the Court of Appeal has over turned a High Court decision holding that a covenant to "maintain and forever after keep in good repair…
By James Simpson
A disgruntled tenant challenged an "expert" surveyor's rent review decision on the basis that it erred in law. The tenant argued that the surveyor had asked the wrong questions and the decision
By Sarah Baron
The government is consulting on its proposal to prevent landlords from evicting residential tenants without a reason. It is proposed that unless a Landlord can demonstrate a "good reason"
By Emma Bowman
The importance of rigidly following the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulations has been highlighted by a recent High Court decision.
By Tim Middleton
On 29 January 2019, the government announced tough new measures relating to mandatory electrical inspections for private rented accommodation in England.
By Gemma Dudley
The Planning Inspectorate has considered what constitutes a "village" for the purposes of paragraph 145 e) of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) ...
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