IMPLEMENTATION OF NO-FAULT DIVORCES EXPECTED IN LATE 2021. A CHANGE THAT HAS BEEN LONG AWAITED. In June 2020 the new Divorce, Dissolution and Separation act was passed which will, in turn, remove the concept of fault. The highly publicised case in 2018 of Owens v Owens highlighted the importance of removing the concept of fault
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has announced that a code of practice and an independent regulator will be introduced for letting and managing agents in England, specifically for the private rented and leasehold sectors. This comes as they look to provide more protection to tenants, as well as allowing leaseholders to appeal
A City lawyer at international firm White & Case is reportedly the only lawyer to join Prime Minister Theresa May on her trade mission to Africa
A City lawyer at international firm White & Case is reportedly the only lawyer to join Prime Minister Theresa May on her trade mission to Africa – a trip in which the benefits of English law and legal services is being highlighted. Joshua Siaw Joshua Siaw is a partner in the firm’s global banking practice
The government has announced that doctors and nurses will now be exempt from the restricted Certificates of Sponsorship Tier 2 visa scheme and will instead fall under the unrestricted Certificates […] The post Changes to UK Immigration Law – Key facts for the next 12 months appeared first on Rocket Lawyer UK.
The government has confirmed that there will be an extension of the licensing rules for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) and that all landlords covered by the rules must apply […] The post New HMO legislation confirmed for October 2018 appeared first on Rocket Lawyer UK.
Joint enterprise crime is a grey area in the law, with many unsure exactly how these laws can, or should, be applied to crime cases. With a large amount of […] The post The past, present and future of joint enterprise crime appeared first on Rocket Lawyer UK.