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Mental Capacity and the Decisions made by The Court of Protection

Mental Capacity and the Decisions made by The Court of Protection

Mental Capacity and the Decisions made by The Court of Protection When a person loses their mental capacity, their families – already facing difficulties following the loss of capacity itself – are often presented with a sudden need to make decisions on their...
Protecting your assets and avoiding disputes after death.

Protecting your assets and avoiding disputes after death.

Protecting your assets and avoiding disputes after death. There are two certainties in life: death and taxes. Most people plan for the former by writing their Will. Your Will clearly sets out who will inherit your estate after the sad event of your death, naming your...
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...
Coronavirus Update for Commercial Landlords

Coronavirus Update for Commercial Landlords

Coronavirus Update for Commercial Landlords As explained in our Residential Landlords Update article the Coronavirus Act 2020 obtained Royal Assent on 25 March and provides all manner of emergency provisions coming into force on 26 March. Those provisions will remain...