Monthly Archives: April 2017

Lasting Powers of Attorney

As the owner of a Holiday Park or a Residential Park it is important that you plan for the future to protect your business assets. As part of this, it is key to plan ahead and give authority to a … Continue reading

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Underpayment of Court Fees Revisited

There have been a number of cases in the last few years that have considered the consequences for a claimant when an incorrect court fee has been paid upon the issue of a claim.  In the case of Lewis & … Continue reading

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Special Contribution in Divorce finance cases

Is Ryan Giggs a genius? Anybody who isn’t a Manchester United fan would probably say ‘No’. Paul McCartney was described as an ‘icon’ in his famous divorce from Heather Mills but how do you compare one of the most influential … Continue reading

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Restrictive Covenants

So, you’ve paid your deposit, collected the keys and moved into your lovely new home. What to do first? Install that white picket fence you’ve always wanted? Maybe buy some chickens to give you some eggs for your Sunday morning … Continue reading

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