During this period of self-isolation and social distancing, transactions are still taking place which presents a novel problem in these circumstances, how can you execute deeds validly? For a deed ...
The Job Retention Scheme was introduced on 26 March 2020. Following the latest guidance from the Government published on 4 April 2020, we set out below a new update for employers on the further questions that continue to arise in relation to the Job Retention Scheme.
A new Practice Direction 51ZA has been introduced, making temporary modifications to the Civil Procedure Rules and Practice Directions to ensure that the administration of justice is carried out during the coronavirus pandemic so as not to endanger public health.
Trying to buy or sell a house during the current “lockdown” conditions can cause more than a few headaches for a lot of people.
The Government set out their plan to combat the Coronavirus outbreak on 3 March 2020. Since this time, the plan has developed and on 26 March 2020, the Coronavirus Act 2020 was enacted to provide more power to the UK Government at this time of national need. Not without controversy, the Coronavirus Act 2020 affects both employers and employees
In these unprecedented times, your cashflow is more critical than ever as you try to weather the storm that is COVID-19.
Confusion often arises regarding what permissions and consents are required when you’re having work done on a property.
When someone dies and they leave an estate of over £5,000.00 the strict rule is that the Executor has to apply for a Grant of Probate or if there is no Will the nearest relatives take out a Grant of Letters of Administration.