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When is a document a deed?

In the case of Katara Hospitality v Guez and Rose [2018] EWHC 3063 (Comm), the High Court ruled that a document expressed as being a power of…

Michael Budd Associate
Is DIY probate the answer to dealing with an Estate?

It is dangerous to fall into the trap of believing that probate is generally speaking straight forward and easy.

David Stokes
David Stokes Associate

Deadline imminent for ECMT permit application

The Department for Transport has confirmed an extension to the application process for a European Conference of Ministers of Transport permit.

Jacqui Bickerton
Jacqui Bickerton Associate

Universal credit u-turn

Plans to cap child-related benefits for families with more than two children born before 6 April 2017 scrapped

Linzi Perriman
Linzi Perriman Solicitor

Safety barriers not required at heritage site

Liddle v Bristol City Council [2018] QBD, HHJ Gargan

Peter Wake
Peter Wake Partner

Is collaboration a given, or still an ambition?

A few months ago I was asked to deliver a talk on collaboration. One of the things that struck me as I was pondering my input, was why this was even a…

Stuart Whittle
Stuart Whittle Partner

Brexit and UK legislation – public procurement and e-commerce

Itohan Odekunle highlights the impact Brexit is having on the UK statute book with a particular focus on public procurement and e-commerce.

Brexit and beyond - Termination for insolvency

Victoria Robertson sets out her view upon the proposed legislative changes upon the right to terminate for insolvency.

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