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Paul Kelly

Posted 11 January 2017
by Paul Kelly .

A Licence to Thrill?

Park owners

If you show films, TV shows or sports on your holiday and residential park for the enjoyment of customers, you will require a licence to do so.

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Aimee Grose

Posted 5 January 2017
by Aimee Grose .

Online Divorce

The Times recently published an article “Online divorces to spare couples time and trouble” reporting that couples will be able to divorce online in 2017 as part of plans that could put an end to fault-based divorces altogether.

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Kirsty McLennan

Posted 27 December 2016
by Kirsty McLennan .

The Only Way Is Up?

Park owners

Following an Order made on 6 December 2016, Trial Fees (also known as Hearing Fees) are to change with effect from 6 March 2017. The fee for the smallest small claim will actually be reduced and the fee for hearing…

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Amy Laver

Posted 22 December 2016
by Amy Laver .

Gift Aid Goes Digital

New Regulations are set to simplify the Gift Aid process for contributions made digitally and hopefully lead to an increase in Gift Aid claims.

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Simon Sanger-Anderson

Posted 21 December 2016
by Simon Sanger-Anderson .

New Warrant of Possession Forms

In October, we reported on the case of Cardiff County Council v Lee (Flowers) [2016].  Subscribers will recall that the case decided that where a landlord wishes to enforce a Suspended Possession Order, they must apply to the court for…

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