Is divorce reform around the corner? We take a look at this question in our latest blog and in the light of the recent Owens vs Owens case where the husband was represented by Hughes Paddison.
Property Disputes - Quarterly Update - Winter 2017
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The court grants relief from forfeiture in a case involving a basic licence.
INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: COSTLY INTERFERENCE
It sounds like the start of a bad joke: a story involving two nuns, Katy Perry, and a convent.
But it was no laughing matter when a Los Angeles Court last month ordered a local business woman, Mrs Hollister, to cough up compensation to Katy Perry to the tune of $5 million.
SHOP OR DROP
The Upper Tribunal has ruled that a landlord’s failure to shop around and obtain a competitive insurance quote meant that the premium was not “reasonably incurred” and therefore not payable by the tenants.
YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Topics in this issue include: The disclosure of documents in legal proceedings; Taking extreme measures to protect your house; and a question about business tenancies and the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
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