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Legislation relief for landlords and tenants this Christmas

A double dose of legislation means landlords with long-term rent arrears can now pursue tenants, but in other rulings tenants can also relax as a moratorium on evictions is in place until at least mid January. Landlord and tenant rent arrears Some...

Why it Pays to Look North for Legal Advice

It pays to take advantage of the North South divide when appointing a solicitor to deal with your legal dispute or commercial debt recovery issue. Recent research from the Legal Services Board has found that legal advice in the North of England...

Business Interruption Insurance Claims receive a High Court Boost

Many businesses in England and Wales have been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic but expected that their insurance policies would provide relief and assistance when times were difficult, however some are struggling to get them to...

Commercial Property Rent Arrears suspension lifted this September

Businesses have been opening up slowly throughout the summer, but with second waves of the Coronavirus pandemic predicted and local lockdowns threatened it’s still a difficult time for commercial landlords . In June 2020 the UK Government introduced...

Ban on Residential Housing Evictions has been Extended

The news that the Government in England and Wales has suspended housing possession proceedings for a further two months has been welcomed by tenants, practitioners and Housing Solicitors alike. The Government provided an unprecedented package of support to...