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23/02/2017

Government confirms plans to increase small claims threshold for personal injuries

Tessa Grayson, Partner in our Gatwick personal injury team, explores how the government's Prisons and Courts Bill could impact on personal injury claims.

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21/02/2017

A residence nil rate band? Or a “really nice residence bonus”?

Michael Derrick, Partner in our Guildford private client team, writes about a new initiative which could benefit the direct descendants of some estates.

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News & PR
20/02/2017

DMH Stallard in line for more award success

DMH Stallard has been shortlisted for Employer of the Year at the 2017 Gatwick Diamond Business Awards.

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Blog
17/02/2017

Can being “old school” save your marriage?

Richard Middlehurst, Partner in the Guildford family and relationships team, looks at a perplexing divorce case.

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Legal Updates
16/02/2017

Extension of the “right to rent”: Immigration Act 2016

Extension of the “right to rent” the Immigration Act 2014 (IA 2014) imposed for the first time obligations on private landlords to check that prospective tenants (and in some cases, current tenants) have a lawful right to live in the UK.

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Legal Updates
16/02/2017

Tenancy deposits : Buyer beware

Buyer beware! Faye Didcote, Senior Associate, looks at the recent case of Baptiste v Barham (2015), a landlord which was ordered to pay to the tenant one times the value of the deposit.

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16/02/2017

Hillingdon LBC v Holley [2016] EWCA Civ 1052 : Long residence is of little consequence

Faye Didcote, Senior Associate takes a look at the recent case of Hillingdon LBC v Holley [2016] EWCA Civ 1052, where long residence was of little consequence.

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16/02/2017

Enforcing suspended possession orders : Where are we now?

Faye Didcote, Senior Associate reviews where are we now with enforcing Suspended Possession Orders.

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