Benefit cap On 22 May 2013, eight Claimants launched a judicial review challenging the £500 per week household benefit cap for couples and the £350 cap for single adults. They challenge Part 8A of the Housing Benefit Regulations 2006, which was inserted pursuant to section 96 of the Welfare Reform Act 2012. The Claimants argue
Date: 19th June 2013 Venue: New Hilton, 2-8 Hanger Lane, Ealing W5 3HN Time: 5:30pm Registration With the uncertainty we seem to see in the world every time we turn on the television or pick up a newspaper at the moment, it is good to know that there are still ways and means that we
Prince Evans Solicitors asks the auctioneer … Certainly as a first time buyer we would like to think that the simple answer to this question is “yes”. We have seen a significant change in our auction audiences over the last 5 years, moving away from purely developers/investors to private individuals, including many first time buyers.
When the gavel falls, the parties have exchanged contracts. In other words, the successful bidder has automatically entered into a binding contract for the purchase of the property from the seller (the auctioneer is authorised to complete the paperwork (Memorandum of Sale) on behalf of the seller. Properties are not sold ‘subject to contract’, ‘subject
Date: 26th June 2013 Venue: The British Library, St Pancras, London Time: 3:30pm registration Partners Anthony Best and Jeremy Teall, together with solicitors Sharon Porter-Gayle and Aisha Akhtar of Prince Evans Solicitors will share their knowledge and experience on preparing evidence in possession claims and practical issues when a tenant terminates a joint tenancy. When
The large number of people choosing to cohabit without getting married, has led to a rise in complex and quite often costly legal disputes between unmarried couples following separation in the absence of a Cohabitation Agreement. The legal rights of cohabiting couples comes to the forefront once again with the case of Pamela Curran –v-