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Parliament has begun work on the Draft Tenant Fees Bill that will make it illegal for agents to charge tenants letting fees.
A wife has lost her appeal against an unequal divorce settlement that gave her less than half the money awarded to her husband.
30th November 2017
The Brief is our regular newsletter which covers a wide range of Current Topics
Businesses are facing an increasing threat from staff stealing valuable data to help them set up a rival firm or to take to a new job with a competitor, according to recent research.
Persistence is an admirable quality but unfortunately it can sometimes work against directors who take personal risks when trying to save a failing business.
The deadline for registering new trusts with the online Trusts Registration Service (TRS) has been extended from October to 5 January by HM Revenue and Customs.
A fire officer who claimed his employer didn’t do enough to help him overcome his dyslexia and advance his career has lost his claim of disability discrimination.
People who have paid fees to bring a claim to the Employment Tribunal can now start applying to get their money back.
Two sisters who were cut out of their mother’s will after making allegations that they were sexually abused by their father have failed in their claim to inherit some of her estate.
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