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Residential tenants who wish to challenge a service charge when it is demanded are faced with an awkward decision.
All I want for dispute resolution Christmas is…...
Earlier this month the Supreme Court gave judgment in two combined cases concerning the law relating to contractual penalty clauses.
Issues of ownership and authority...
Common problems and suggested solutions.
Which method of resolving a dispute about your charges is appropriate to adopt in any particular case will depend upon an examination of the facts and matters giving rise to the dispute.
CoA to hear case on the meaning of ‘temporary’ in job descriptions...
Claim against LLP based on the age of shareholder.
There are a range of remedies available to landlords of commercial properties where the tenant has stopped paying rent. This briefing offers a brief summary of options that may be appropriate in the circumstances.
’Repeat performance’ remedy introduced, and other changes.
£5,000 fines for landlords if smoke alarms are not fitted.
Including how the NMW is calculated, whether to take the cost of living-in into account, if on-call time counts towards the hours worked, and more.
A recent decision of the Technology and Construction Court has highlighted the increased latitude an adjudicator enjoys, now that oral contracts are within the statutory adjudication framework.
What do these decisions really mean in practice?
Your duty includes ensuring workers do not have an overly burdensome work schedule.
Check everyone’s eligibility to work in the UK, and other tips.
Parties issuing a petition under Section 994 CA 2006 cannot be certain of the order the court will make.
Compliance with the new requirements will be essential for any landlord who wishes to use the Section 21 notice procedure to terminate an assured shorthold tenancy.
The debate surrounding players’ safety has reignited (if it ever went away), in particular in relation to the potential for head injuries.
Watch out for ‘rogue’ adjudicators.