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July 8, 2020

Gas Safety Certificates and Section 21 notices – a new ruling

As many landlords will be aware, it was previously the case that if a landlord had not served tenants with a Gas Safety Certificate before they moved in, then the landlord would never be able to serve a valid Section 21 Notice. There was no remedy to this and it left landlords, who had fallen […]

July 3, 2020

Action Mesothelioma Day 2020: the dangers of asbestos in the workplace

July 3rd 2020 is Action Mesothelioma Day. A rare form of cancer that grows in the lining of the organs (often the lungs), mesothelioma is almost always caused by exposure to asbestos. Employers have a duty of care to their employees, and when asbestos may be present in the workplace it is vital that employees […]

July 1, 2020

Flexible furlough: how does it work?

As businesses start to reopen, the Government has now introduced more flexibility to the furlough leave scheme, allowing employees on furlough leave to be brought back into work part-time from July 1st. Furlough leave was introduced in the UK back in March 2020 to help reduce the number of job losses expected as a result […]

June 15, 2020

No-fault divorces: ending the ‘blame game’

A change in the law is set to end the ‘blame game’ experienced by divorcing couples. First introduced in June 2019, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill is expected to receive Royal assent imminently. The Bill will introduce a ‘no fault’ process to divorce which aims to reduce conflict. What changes for divorcing couples? Currently, […]

Ban on tenant evictions extended to August 2020
June 12, 2020

Ban on tenant evictions extended to August 2020

In March, the Government passed emergency legislation protecting tenants from being evicted due to missed rent payments in England and Wales. Initially introduced for three months, the ban was set to end on June 23rd but has now been extended by two months to August 23rd – meaning court possession claims will not be heard […]

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