Terminating A Business Tenancy by the Landlord

Posted by Asma on July 19th, 2013

What you need to know? In order for a Landlord to terminate a business tenancy at the end of an existing Lease.  He is required to serve a notice in the prescribed form on the tenant. The notice to be […]

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Do you have a claim worth under £10,000?

Posted by Manpreet on July 19th, 2013

What can I claim for?   The small claims court can be used for most breach of contract claims. From April 2013, the maximum amount you can claim in the small claims court for (in England and Wales) will rise to […]

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Do you have a small claim?

Posted by Manpreet on July 19th, 2013

  The small claims court can be used for most breach of contract claims. From April 2013, the maximum amount you can claim in the small claims court for (in England and Wales) will rise to £10,000.00 (housing disrepair and personal […]

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Living Together or Cohabitation Agreements

Posted by Smitta on May 8th, 2013

The Law and Unmarried Couples The office of national statistics shows that there has been an increase in households with one cohabiting couple from 1.8 million in 2001 to 2.3 million in 2011, a rise of nearly 30% in 10 […]

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Legal Advice for Compromise Agreements.

Posted by Sameer on May 7th, 2013

Employers using Compromise Agreements. Compromise agreements have recently been on the rise, as the awareness increases of their potential benefits. Employers have for many years now increasingly used compromise agreements as a mechanism for preventing possible future complaints to a […]

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Flood Risks to Your Home

Posted by Chaz on April 11th, 2013

Importance of Environmental Searches What do you think of when you think of flooding? Most people think of what we seem to be seeing more of in the media such as rivers overflowing and high tides hitting coastlines. However most people […]

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