A building being listed is a celebration of that building’s architectural and cultural value. Listed buildings also come under the protection of... Read more »
This Valentine’s Day the court of appeal has handed down an appeal on an interesting children’s case relating to the question of child abduction.
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Last week we held our first ever Great Legal Bake in aid of The London Legal Support Trust to help raise money for the provision of free legal... Read more »
Noise nuisance is often an issue that arises between leaseholders causing much upset and, often, sleepless nights. The problem is compounded when... Read more »
The High Court has upheld an injunction demanding the removal of a pet belonging to the Leaseholder, in this case a Yorkshire/Maltese terrier called... Read more »
We are all accustomed to thinking of physical abuse when the term domestic violence is used. The stereotypical black eye comes to mind, but since 2015... Read more »