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Landlords and letting agents should welcome a recent court decision which resolves the previous uncertainty as to which type of section 21 notice should be served upon a tenant at the end of a tenancy.
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If you are unsure of the duties that commercial landlords have in maintaining the appearance of their premises, this article might give you some guidance.
An 85-year-old Catholic priest has pleaded guilty to a series of child-related sex offences after being extradited from Tenerife.
We see many cases surrounding accidents at work and every case is unique. This is reinforced by a recent decision by the courts where a tree surgeon who was terribly injured in a 50-foot fall from a dying conker tree has received a judge's 'enorm...
Gotelee’s free employment law update is taking place on 12 March 2014 at Trinity Park
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has reported that a trust providing housing and care for the elderly, and two firms hired to carry out refurbishment work at its premises in Alnwick, have been fined after staff and residents were put at risk...
A building contractor has been fined for ignoring asbestos safety rules after the potentially deadly material was discovered in a basement area at the independent Woldingham girls’ school in Caterham.
An Ipswich care home has closed and a police investigation is under way after a damning inspection lifted the lid on a raft of hygiene problems at the site.