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    Amy Cater

    Posted 28 November 2018
    by Amy Cater .

    A Shake-up of Permitted Development Rights

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    During the Autumn Budget, it was announced that the Government would be consulting on a number of proposed changes to the current system of permitted development rights. Permitted development rights allow you to undertake certain building works and changes of…

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    James Evans

    Posted 14 November 2018
    by James Evans .

    Governance: Top Tips For Charities

    We keep hearing that public trust in charities can no longer be taken for granted. But what can charities do about it? Good governance is key, not only to help to ensure charities achieve their purposes and operate effectively, but…

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    Anouska Musson

    Posted 7 November 2018
    by Anouska Musson .

    Electronic Execution of Documents

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    In December 2017, the Law Commission chose Electronic signatures as one of its new projects for Law Reform in the United Kingdom. They said that the purpose of the project was to address any uncertainty surrounding the formalities and procedure…

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    Ricky Noble

    Posted 5 November 2018
    by Ricky Noble .

    What Happens During a MIAM?

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    Before any application can be made to court in matrimonial and family matters there is a requirement to attend a MIAM unless there are good reasons why a MIAM is not appropriate, for example in emergency cases or where there…

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