Five social housing tenants have lost their bid at the Court of Appeal to have the Government’s controversial ‘spare bedroom tax’ ruled as unlawful. The ruling was handed down on
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￼Date: Tuesday 18th March Time: 3.30pm registration for a 4.00pm start Venue: British Library, St Pancras, London Managing Leasehold property can be a particularly complex area for Housing Associations. This
It has long been thought that the law related to Distress for Rent should be modernised; notwithstanding, that it is used on a regular basis by some landlords and offers
What is the most cost effective route to concluding financial matters once the decision to divorce has been made?
The case of Young-v-Young has very much been ‘conducted in the full glare of the media’ and now that it has reached its conclusion, it has once again highlighted the