The Court of Appeal has sided with private landlords in a case which threatened the way they could repossess properties. It’s an important judgment, which closes a legal loophole that previously prevented landlords from serving a Section 21 (S21) notice to terminate a tenancy.
It has been announced that there will be an extension to the current suspension on possession actions until the 23 August. Here our property litigation lawyers explain the impact on landlords and tenants.
Employment lawyer Amy Sergison explains the government’s latest guidance on immigration and what happens after we leave the EU on 31 January 2020.
Sarah Barratt and Rachel Templemen discuss the existing landlord repairing obligations, the new obligations imposed by the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018.
To say coronavirus has been frustrating would be the understatement of the century, but its impact may have legally ‘frustrated’ your contracts. So, what exactly does that mean and could it free your business from its obligations as a result?
Susan Howe, head of our dispute resolution team, explains how business interruption insurance could relieve some coronavirus pain for your company.
The ICO has created a new information hub on its website for data protection matters relating to Coronavirus.
While most employees are working from home, what steps can your business be taking to ensure you’re working safely?
The Coronavirus has seen the UK public retreat on a mass scale to the comfort of their own homes with the country in effect …
Amendments to the Coronavirus Bill propose wholesale changes to notices for various types of residential tenancies.