‘No-fault’ divorce will be implemented in England and Wales from Autumn 2021, it has been confirmed.
The Upper Tribunal has ruled that the tenants of a long residential lease breached the terms of their lease by listing the property as a short term residential accommodation available to rent on the Airbnb website.
There have been several notable cases involving inheritance disputes during the current pandemic that have been widely covered in the media. Two of the most prominent cases were the High Court battle over the estate of the ‘Watership Down’ author
Employers will be given 30 days to ‘confess’ to furlough abuses, with legislation being fast-tracked to allow HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to reclaim any furlough grant that is overpaid to employers, or that is not spent on wages as
The Government has published new ‘Covid Secure’ guidance following the announcement that businesses in England including pubs, bars, restaurants, hair salons, barbers, hotels and bed and breakfasts may reopen from 4 July 2020. The latest documents, prepared by the Department
The Public Law Working Group has this week published its final recommendations for the future of Special Guardianship Orders (SGO).
Employers who calculate redundancy pay based on furlough pay, rather than an employee’s previous full salary are breaking the law, Mander Hadley’s employment law expert has warned. Recent media reports suggest some companies have been using the lower 80 per
Rules preventing landlords from evicting commercial tenants affected by Covid-19 will be extended until the end of September, it has been revealed.
The number of people giving to charity in their Will may rise over the next five years, despite experts predicting that legacy income would fall as a result of the pandemic.
England and Wales have moved one step closer to ‘no-fault’ divorce as the landmark Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill received its second reading in Parliament this month.