Josh O'Neill

21-June-2019

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Anyone familiar with residential tenancies will know of the onerous duties placed on landlords to protect deposits taken from tenants. Once the initial window for compliance has passed, you cannot serve a valid Section 21 Notice and are automatically liable…




5-June-2018

Horse doing dressage.

When buying a horse from abroad goes wrong – How do you sue? Buying your new stock of showjumpers or dressage horses from the continent to produce and sell can be a great idea and there are certainly some excellent…


1-June-2018

Horse Nose

The use of agents when buying and selling horses is commonplace. Where the agent tells the buyer they are acting for someone else, usually, it is clear that the contract is between the buyer and the owner. Where the buyer does…



17-July-2017

The Department for Transport has recently announced that from August 2017 Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) officers will carry out emissions checks at the roadside on commercial vehicles, after reported incidents of illegal engine modifications and fake emission reduction…



16-March-2017

If you are a landlord of  an assured shorthold tenancy created after 6 April 2007 you must put your tenants deposit in a government-backed tenancy deposit scheme (TDP) within 30 days of receiving it and within 30 days of placing in…