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Melanie Burton

Posted 8 December 2017
by Melanie Burton .

Site Rules Review

Both holiday and residential park owners will know how important it is to have up to date site rules. Since the introduction of the Mobile Homes (Site Rules)(England) Regulations 2014 a consultation procedure must be followed when site rules on residential…

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Amy Laver

Posted 29 November 2017
by Amy Laver .

Update on the CIO ‘Quick Conversion’

In my blog ‘Will CIOs dominate the Charity Sector?’ I reported on the proposed ‘quick conversion’ process for companies and CICs (non-charitable Community Interest Companies) to become Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs). Today, we are able to share the official timeframes…

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Kirsty McLennan

Posted 23 November 2017
by Kirsty McLennan .

Smart Meters Bill 2017–19

The Smart Meters Bill 2017-19 passed its second reading in Parliament on 24 October 2017. The Bill grants an extension of powers to the Secretary of State and the Data and Communications Company to oversee and monitor the rollout of…

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Gráinne Staunton

Posted 20 November 2017
by Gráinne Staunton .

A Quick Guide to Probate

couple talking about wills and probates.

Dealing with the death of a loved one is hard enough. However, there are still practical considerations to deal with, including making sure that the last wishes of the deceased are taken care of. If a person has written a…

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Martin Laver

Posted 14 November 2017
by Martin Laver .

Mirror Wills v Mutual Wills

It has become increasingly common for married couples to use Mirror Wills to deal with their estates. A Mirror Will is a simple arrangement where each spouse leaves their entire estate to their spouse, then to their children. Mirror Wills…

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