Monthly Archives: May 2018

What’s holding up Roman’s Tier 1 application?

With reports over the weekend that Roman Abramovich’s Tier 1 Investor application is subject to an unusual and on-going delay, this article explores the relevant provisions of the Tier 1 Investor visa route and considers what could be the sticking … Continue reading

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Pre-nuptial agreement signed on the day before the wedding is accepted by the Court of Appeal

We commented on the case of Mr and Mrs Versteegh in February of this year regarding the ex-wife awarded £90 million in a divorce settlement who was fighting for more in an appeal against the judgement. On 10th May the … Continue reading

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Court decision recognises inadequacies in English law for unmarried couples

A recent Court of Appeal decision has highlighted the requirement for English law to develop to take into account the modernising society in which we live. In personal injury and medical negligence cases for deaths, there are different rules for … Continue reading

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