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Video: possession proceedings – what happens now?

In our earlier article we gave you the details of what the stay on possession proceedings coming to an end means for landlords and …

What happens when possession proceedings recommence?

No this is not déjà vu – this is an article in anticipation of the stay on possession proceedings coming to an end.
The stay …

Residential tenancy notice periods extended – in most cases…

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Eviction notices just got more complicated for residential landlords. Get the details in our brief summary.

7 considerations for schools on their employees’ return to school

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When schools began to open more widely towards the end of the summer term, we outlined 5 key questions for schools to consider on …

Extension to stay on possession action announced

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Following Coronavirus legislation, which imposed a stay on possession claims, it had previously announced that these would be able to resume from 24 August …

How green does your business grow?

Leading finance lawyer Louise Duffy considers the relevance of green lending initiatives as we come out of the coronavirus crisis.  

Podcast: Insolvency rules OK?

The cost of coronavirus confusion

Who carries the risk of project delays caused by the Lockdown and the mandatory changes in how we work?

Government measures to protect businesses – are you affected?

Alex Blenkinsop, commercial dispute resolution lawyer, explains how the new measures impact businesses on both sides of the debt ledger.

Suppliers’ termination clauses rendered toothless

Supplying goods and services is something every organisation is involved in, but how does new debtor-friendly legislation affect supplier relationships with distressed businesses?