Disputes between Executors – The Consequences can be Expensive!

Disputes between Executors – The Consequences can be Expensive!

Disputes between Executors – The Consequences can be Expensive! The standard position is that two or more people (often all family members) are appointed as the Executors in the Will of the individual – for the purposes of this article we will call her “Joan”....
Update for Residential Landlords

Update for Residential Landlords

Update for Residential Landlords Landlords and Tenants will have been aware of the effect of the Coronavirus Act 2020 and the emergency rules resulting in the Court system suspending all Possession Claims and all enforcement of any Possession Orders already made. The...
Possession proceedings – lifting the moratorium

Possession proceedings – lifting the moratorium

Possession proceedings – lifting the moratorium Prior to the Coronavirus Act 2020, residential landlords were able to to serve a Section 21 eviction notice on a Tenant whose Tenancy was ending, providing two months’ notice for vacation. If a Tenant did not then...