The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has set out some key considerations organisations need to review around the use of personal information now... Read more »
If the validity of a Will is challenged, the applicant often seeks to claim that the testator lacked the requisite testamentary capacity to execute a... Read more »
The Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) is a government approved tenancy deposit protection scheme in England and Wales operated by The Dispute Service Ltd.... Read more »
In 2011 the Information Commissioner’s Office published its first Data Sharing Code; in the intervening period the type and amount of data collected... Read more »
What is all the squawking with Pets and Tenancy Agreements?
With calls long outstanding for renters to have a right to keep pets in their homes, have... Read more »
As professional landlords complain that residential rent arrears are growing, the Government extends the ban on residential evictions until 21... Read more »
The introduction of self-driving vehicles carrying only passengers has the potential to create significant societal benefits by reducing the necessity... Read more »
Recovering money from a debtor (debt recovery) can seem a daunting process, write Karen Bright and Charles Jamieson of our Dispute Resolution Team.
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As the government prepares to publish its proposals for the Renters’ Reform Bill, the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) is calling... Read more »
Tenants with substantial rent arrears can now be served eviction notices ever since Public Health England published this update to the regulations in... Read more »