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    Tracy Lambert

    Posted 6 June 2019
    by Tracy Lambert .

    Costs in Family Proceedings

    Family proceedings

    Changes to the Family Proceedings Rules mean that conduct may now have more significance in family cases. On the 27th May 2019 amendments came in to force relating to when a court may order one party to pay the costs…

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    Melanie Burton

    Posted 20 May 2019
    by Melanie Burton .

    Deposit Cap and the Tenant Fee Ban

    Park owners rented property

    Parks that rent out park homes or other properties on tenancies should be aware that from 1st June 2019, the Tenant Fees Act 2019 comes into effect which limits deposit amounts to 5 weeks’ rent for new and renewed tenancies…

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    Stephen Jennings

    Posted 20 May 2019
    by Stephen Jennings .

    Keeping track of employee hours

    Drinking coffee whilst tracking employee hours

    A recent case in the European Court of Justice (ECJ) highlights the importance of keeping a proper record of the hours worked by employees. The ECJ held that, in order to comply with the provisions of the Working Time Directive…

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    Gráinne Staunton

    Posted 16 May 2019
    by Gráinne Staunton .

    Looking after your affairs

    Mum and son walking

    With the theme of this year’s Dying Matters awareness week being ‘are we ready’, we are looking at some of the preparatory steps which can be taken before it’s too late. As we looked at earlier this week, unless you…

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