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Eviction of residential tenants and the Coronavirus Act 2020 – Section 21 Notices

The Coronavirus Act 2020 received Royal Assent on 25 March 2020, meaning this emergency piece of legislation is now, officially, law. But what affect has this had on residential tenancies? In the first of this two-part blog, Commercial and Litigation Solicitor Thomas Cumming considers the affect of the Coronavirus Act 2020 has had on possession proceedings under both Section 21 Housing Act 1988 and Section 8 Housing Act 1988.

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North East police officers launch international training venture

Three North East senior police officers have set up a company to offer police training around the world.

Litigation

Spotting Unfair Prejudice

There is no one reason why people seek to invest their money into a company. The rationale can range from wanting to seek a return on the success of an organisation to investing in ensuring a company can succeed.

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Japanese Knotweed – Tying up the value of your property in ‘knots’

Bank holiday weekend is approaching and the majority of us will be looking forward to lazy sunny afternoons in the garden; barbeques with a cold beverage, or two, after another hectic week at work. But would you know what to do if you saw this plant lurking in your flower beds or encroaching upon your boundaries?

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Resolving your disputes with the Rural Payments Agency

The Rural Payments Agency (RPA) is an executive agency of DEFRA who are responsible for paying out over £2 billion each year to support the farming and food sector. 

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Key considerations when preparing your business for a dispute

Whether you are seeking to take legal action against an another individual or a business or alternatively you are responding to legal action commenced against yourself or your business there are a number of key considerations to contemplate before instructing solicitors.

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