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By Joanna Deffley
In simple, practical terms, overage is a future payment to be made to the seller of land, by the buyer of land.
By John Gregory
A recent appeal decision relating to the removal of an agricultural occupancy condition reflects the importance of ensuring that the asking price is realistic and that a proper marketing exercise...
By Jeanette Whyman
The jury remains out on the efficacy of screening programmes generally, and on breast cancer screening specifically.
By Justin Creed
Yesterday, Wednesday 25 July 2018, the Supreme Court dismissed Tini Owens' appeal in Owens v Owens, one of the most significant divorce cases to be heard in recent years.
By Jeanette Whyman
Data obtained via a Freedom of Information (FOI) request indicates the total cost of successful clinical claims closed (or settled as a PPO) ...
By Joel Woolf
There is no doubt that Brexit marks a turning point for UK agriculture. It is also clear that the overriding principles guiding future UK domestic agriculture policy decisions are environmental ...
By Matthew Goodwin
The number of people entering into equity release schemes has been on the rise in recent years as a result of their apparent ability to help with a multitude of financial issues.
By Joel Woolf
Two large manufacturers have recently waded into the Brexit debate. Airbus and BMW have Europe wide factories and complex supply chains.
By Stuart Thwaites
Until recently, the Technology and Construction Court had made clear, in judgments such as ISG v Seevic and Galliford Try Building Limited v Estura Limited ...
By Tara Goodwin
We were instructed on behalf of a commercial landlord who was seeking to take back possession of its premises because the tenant was not paying rent.
By Kate Anderson
The Times newspaper reported on Saturday 30 June that there was a huge disparity in numbers between those likely to be affected by dementia and those preparing for it.
By Philip Harris
M T Hojgaard A/S v E.ON Climate and Renewables UK Robin Rigg East Limited and Another
By Iain Johnston, Sarah Beer
The Need to Sell Scheme (NTS) is a discretionary scheme available to any property owner-occupier who has a compelling reason to sell their property but has been unable to do so
By Matthew Davies
Restricted Certificates of Sponsorship: Some good news for Employers at last
By Eamonn Daly
Taxes are one of life's few certainties as, increasingly, are arguments over whether the system has become too complex for its own good, belying one of its simple objectives...
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