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Mark Williams

Posted 27 October 2016
by Mark Williams .

Grandparents Rights

Grandparents have a valuable role to play in the welfare, development and upbringing of their grandchildren and when there is a family separation, they are often worried they will be prevented from having any contact with their grandchildren. Statistically around…

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Sarah Schooling

Posted 25 October 2016
by Sarah Schooling .

Important case concerning warrants of possession

Cardiff County Council v Lee (Flowers) [2016] http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/2016/1034.html Usually, we try to give these news flashes witty headings.  We didn’t with this one because this is the sort of case that is of such importance to social landlords that we…

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Paul Kelly

Posted 20 October 2016
by Paul Kelly .

Consumer Rights for Park Owners

As Park Owners will know, the Consumer Rights Act 2015 came into force on 1 October 2015 and a year on from the introduction of the Act, Trading Standards have reviewed and updated a number of in-depth guides for business…

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Rukaya Bradford

Posted 18 October 2016
by Rukaya Bradford .

Child Maintenance

Child maintenance is regular, dependable financial maintenance that assists towards a child’s daily living costs. The parent who doesn’t have main day-to-day care of the child pays child maintenance to the parent who does. In certain situations, the person receiving…

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Stuart Bramley

Posted 17 October 2016
by Stuart Bramley .

New compensation scheme for birth injuries announced

Birth injuries

In relation to the BBC news article, Tozers’ clinical negligence partner Stuart Bramley observes – “The background factors leading to this initiative are well-known. As one of the leading firms specialising in birth injuries (including, sadly, deaths) we are fully aware…

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