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What is Security of Tenure and protection under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954?

Security of Tenure and Protection under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 is an interesting and complicated area of commercial property law, but our helpful and knowledgeable commercial property solicitors can help guide you through the law. Security of Tenure There is an automatic right under statute for a Tenant to renew a lease at the end of the lease term,...

I’m divorced so can my ex bring a claim against me?

Many people going through divorce believe that once they receive their Decree Absolute, there is nothing further to consider.  They believe that neither they nor their ex-spouse can make any financial claims against them. Our divorce solicitors in Leicestershire suggest why such people would be wrong. The Decree Absolute simply means that the marriage has been...

HS2 High Speed Rail and Commercial Property Issues in Leicestershire

The High Speed Rail Link & the Effect on Commercial Property 23rd February 2017 saw the passing of the The High Speed Rail (London – West Midlands) Bill, meaning The High Speed Rail (London – West Midlands) Act 2017 is now in force.  The 2017 Act will grant a number of powers to the Government in relation to the construction of the new High Speed Rail...

Family Mediation – What is mediation and is it worth doing?

  Our Family Law Solicitors have put together this short guide on Family Mediation, what is mediation and why you might consider mediating your family dispute Is Mediation for you? People are often put off going to mediation as it can be quite a daunting prospect, entering into a room to try to come to an agreement with another person you may not...

Mobile Phone Use Legal Update March 2017

Everyone will know that it is illegal to use your mobile phone whilst driving.  This has been the case for a number of years and lots of cars now have built in hands-free technology or phones have the ability to be used hands-free in order to comply with the laws set out pre-1 March 2017. The new tougher laws which will be imposed as of 1 March 2017 will mean...

Cyber Crime in the Home Buying Process

Increasingly in the last 12 months the media has reported numerous stories about criminals hacking emails and stealing money from Clients when they are sending monies to their Solicitor or vice versa. Our conveyancing solicitors provide the following guidance on how to avoid being a victim of cyber crime. With this appalling type of crime in the forefront of...