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Chinese property investment shifts from Down Under

In 2016, and in an effort to curb the rising property prices in Australia, four major domestic banks have decided to stop lending to...

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Motor Insurance Premiums to rise... surely not?

The current Ministry of Justice and Small Claim and Whiplash consultations of late indicate motorists could save an average of £40 per...

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Costs budgeting v Detailed Assesment Part 2

This is an interesting and hugely significant decision for civil litigators and costs practitioners. This places the emphasis back to the...

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Probate fees to skyrocket despite overwhelming objections

The Government is set to dramatically increase the fees payable when applying for the grant of probate from May this year.

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Repayment of loans to employees

More and more employers are agreeing to fund training and educational courses on behalf of employees.  As a result of this, more...

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Booze you lose!

The recent decision by Lloyd's of London to impose a ban on consuming alcohol between 9am to 5pm has probably not gone down as well as...
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ISA tax benefits to continue after death

Draft legislation has been announced which will allow tax free treatment of ISAs to continue after the account holder's death.

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Pension changes for unmarried couples

The Supreme Court has ruled that a public service pension must recognise the rights of unmarried couples to inherit pension benefits if...

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Top 10 excuses for being absent from work

The first Monday in February is supposedly the worst day of the year for employee absence. Sometimes employees come up with all sorts of...

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Tribunal fees - are they staying or going?

After months of uncertainty the Government has finally published its long awaited review in to Employment Tribunal fees. As part of the...

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Dream purchase for lucky buyer

If only every house purchase cost £2.00! A listed country cottage in Glossop was sold to private rental companies for £2.00 following a...

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