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    Sarah Miller

    Posted 30 June 2016
    by Sarah Miller .

    Summer Bulletin – Part 3: Domestic Abuse

    Coercive behaviour conviction A man who ‘controlled every aspect of a victim’s life’ has been convicted for controlling or coercive behaviour and sentenced to six months imprisonment with a two year restraining order being put in place. The perpetrator would…

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    Mark Williams

    Posted 30 June 2016
    by Mark Williams .

    Summer Bulletin – Part 2: Children

      Cafcass Figures for Applications Received Cafcass has released figures for both Public Law and Private Law cases for May 2016. In Private Law cases an increase of 17% on May 2015 levels. The figures for Public Law cases show…

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    Paul Kelly

    Posted 30 June 2016
    by Paul Kelly .

    Keep Calm and Carry On

    The UK having voted to leave the European Union on 23 June 2016 it remains to be seen what effect this will have on the national holiday and residential parks industry.  The UK remains a member of the EU and…

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    Kirsty McLennan

    Posted 28 June 2016
    by Kirsty McLennan .

    Recovery of Abandoned Premises

      The Housing and Planning Act 2016 includes provisions which will potentially make it easier for a Park Owner to recover an abandoned mobile home which has been let in England on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (“AST”).

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    Melanie Burton

    Posted 16 June 2016
    by Melanie Burton .

    Working at Heights

    Static caravans overlook the sea. Mobile home and holiday parks

    Both holiday and residential parks can be high maintenance, with park owners being required to undertake a wide variety of works to keep the park in good repair. While park owners may use external contractors, there may be times when…

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