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The breakdown of a marriage is a stressful and painful time. Often the most complicated aspect of the arrangements that need to be made is the financial one.  Most couples have both liquid capital (i.e. property a...
In the recent case of Rattan v Kuwad [2021] EWCA Civ 1 the Court of Appeal considered the approach of the court in determining Maintenance Pending Suit applications.In this article, we look at what a Maintenance Pending Suit is and what the case law ...
A ransom strip is a small parcel of land whose ownership has been retained, often by a previous owner when a larger or adjoining portion of land has been sold. Typically, it runs alongside the boundary between more than one parcel of pr...
On Friday, 19 February 2021, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Uber v Aslam, reaching the same conclusion as earlier courts that Uber drivers are 'workers'. The appeal concerned the employment status ...
After being dropped by Leicester's Curve Theatre from a stage performance of The Color Purple, actress Seyi Omooba (26), sued both her agents and the theatre for £128,000, claiming discrimination, harassment, and breach of contract. ...
Last August, we covered the regulations introduced by the Government to change to residential possession rules . One of the key changes was that the notice period for most notices was increased to six months. This change applied to notices ser...

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