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New Consumer Rights Bill – it’s effect on businesses
Employee prevented from revealing confidential information of former employer
Company reporting will be simplified and strengthened by new measures
The new Health & Safety code will cut ‘unnecessary’ checks
Landlord wins case against commercial tenant over repair work
Negligent valuation leads to surveyors paying compensation
Parents insist on Living Together Agreements
Aunt’s Will successfully challenged by her nieces
Lasting Powers of Attorney – Protecting your future
Compensation awarded to workman after falling on scaffolding
Woman fails to share in ex-husband’s newly earned riches
Treasury receives £38.5m from people who don’t make a Will
Divorcing husband cannot shelter assets in his companies
Unregulated will writing puts the public ‘at risk’
'Help to Buy' scheme is helping thousands
Don’t get short-changed by an insurer - use a solicitor
Seasons Greetings from Andersons Solicitors
Government to cut red tape on home improvements
Homeowner in neighbour dispute fined for contempt of court
Woman awarded £12,760 after fall at work
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New Consumer Rights Bill – it’s effect on bus...
The Government is to introduce a Consumer Rights Bill designed to clarify the rights of consumers and businesses.Ministers say the legislation will streamline complicated legal issues currently contai...
Employee prevented from revealing confidentia...
An injunction has been granted to an insurance firm preventing a former employee from revealing some of its valuable and confidential information.The court heard that the employee had been unhappy at ...
Company reporting will be simplified and stre...
New measures are being introduced by the Government which it says will both simplify and strengthen company reporting.The reforms mean that annual reports will include additional information on disclo...
The new Health & Safety code will cut ‘unnece...
On 29 May new code designed to prevent local authorities making unnecessary health and safety checks on low risk businesses came into effect .The Health and Safety Executive’s statutory National Enfor...
Landlord wins case against commercial tenant ...
The economic downturn has made both landlords and tenants extra keen to minimise potential losses when leases come to an end.A recent case in the High Court involved a dispute over the condition of a ...
Negligent valuation leads to surveyors paying...
A firm of surveyors has been ordered to pay compensation to a finance company for negligently providing a property valuation that was far too high.The case arose after the surveyors valued a house at ...
Parents insist on Living Together Agreements
There’s been a large increase in the number of couples drawing up living together agreements – sometimes known as cohabitation agreements or ‘no-nups’.Some family lawyers say the figures have doubled ...
Aunt’s Will successfully challenged by her ni...
Two nieces have successfully challenged their aunt’s will after discovering that they were to inherit nothing from her estate.The court heard that the aunt was very frail and confused in the latter ye...
Lasting Powers of Attorney – Protecting your ...
Lasting Powers of Attorney enable you to appoint someone you trust to look after your affairs if you reach a point in the future where you can no longer make decisions for yourself due to ill health. ...
Compensation awarded to workman after falling...
£4,500 compensation has been awarded to a 40 year old man after injuring his leg on a scaffolding pole while at work.He was laying breeze blocks on a building site when he tripped on the pole which wa...
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