Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Ultimate Cost of Housing Repossessions

I am, among other areas, a specialist in residential repossession claims: landlords recovering their properties from tenants. Sometimes these claims arise from rent arrears or other breaches of the lease terms. In other cases they are based on the landlord’s … Continue reading

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Richard III: York -v- Leicester

Today the High Court in London will hear both sides of the argument in the battle over where Richard III’s remains should be buried. Over a year ago Archaeologists in Leicester, working as part of a team with the University … Continue reading

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Are you ready for winter…? What are your rights if you are absent from work due to adverse weather conditions?

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According to current news reports severe weather is on its way this winter. If and when it hits, it can cause a number of issues for employers and their employees regarding pay, leave, health and safety and employment rights. British … Continue reading

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The dishonest claimant – update

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Back in May I reported on the case of Barbari Fari, who was considered to be a dishonest personal injury Claimant and I can now update you that both her and her husband have been found in contempt of Court … Continue reading

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On The Ball

Luke Patel “The Asian build is not that of a footballer…it may well be Asian ingredients in food, or the nutrition they intake, [but it is] not ideal for building up a physical frame” (the then Sheffield United manager Dave … Continue reading

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Our Marital Home is Haunted…

In a divorce case with modest assets, financial matters will often focus primarily upon the matrimonial home. In a situation where the desire is to stretch one home into enough capital to buy two, or where one party wishes to … Continue reading

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