What the lease of your flat doesn’t tell you #2

In the previous article, I examined the right of the flat owners acting collectively to compel the landlord to sell them the freehold in the property. In this article, I look at the right of individual flat owners to compel the landlord to extend their lease.

By |2022-03-14T01:11:20+00:00August 31st, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

What the lease of your flat doesn’t tell you

Leases are complicated enough to send most people to sleep before they have reached the second page and it takes a special talent (or really bad insomnia) to read all the way through to the end. Nonetheless, even if you get to the last page, your lease will not have mentioned any of the following benefits that Parliament has bestowed upon you...

Maintaining contact with grandchildren when relationships are strained

Here, in the UK grandparents have no automatic right to see their grandchildren and therefore no automatic right to pursue a child arrangement order through the courts. However, they can ask the family court for permission to consider an order be made in their favour for contact.

By |2021-07-27T05:27:10+00:00July 27th, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

LEADING THE CHARGE

HMG has made a number of announcements of support for the chargepoint infrastructure. Planning law has been relaxed; permission, usually a major factor and delay in green agenda projects, is not required where certain conditions are met. Regulation looks benign, with Ofgem taking a sensible view on the issue of whether a licence for supply will be required at charging stations

By |2021-07-14T06:08:50+00:00July 14th, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

KNOWING WHEN TO PRESS THE STOP BUTTON: Covert recording in the workplace

With the prevalence of devices in our everyday lives, many of us have become used to pressing the record button on our phones as a short-cut for writing anything down.  As audio (and video) recordings become more frequently used, it is likely that some individuals may prefer it as a means of recording what is said at work meetings.

By |2021-07-08T05:55:09+00:00July 8th, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Delays to ‘no fault’ divorce: should you wait to start divorce proceedings?

From April 2022 ‘no fault’ divorce will become available in England and Wales. This will mean that a party to a marriage may apply for a divorce without having to show that their spouse has done anything wrong, such as adultery or desertion. However, couples will have to now wait until April 2022 to use this new route – a further delay to its implementation which was expected this Autumn.

By |2021-06-09T06:00:41+00:00June 9th, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Obtaining an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) – when do you need to bring in a lawyer?

Until the age of 25, a child or young person may be eligible for an Education, Health and Care Plan (‘EHCP’) from your local authority. As the name suggests, this may cover educational needs, social care needs and health needs. Obtaining an EHCP is not always straightforward.

By |2022-05-27T07:18:20+00:00June 7th, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Domestic abuse – relationship breakdown and staying in the UK without your partner

With domestic abuse very much in the news - and the government’s Domestic Abuse Bill receiving royal assent on 29th April, four years after it was announced in the Queen’s speech - we look here at this subject in the context of UK immigration law.

By |2021-05-23T19:30:54+00:00May 23rd, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments
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