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What are my rights if I'm involved in a Car accident whilst in a taxi?

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Being involved in car crash that is not your fault is a common scenario for drivers who find themselves in accidents, but something many may have not consider is what happens when you’re involved in an accident whilst in a taxi. Firstly, it is...

Should helmets be made compulsory for cyclists?

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Last year it was recorded that 3,499 people were killed or seriously injured whilst cycling. 40% of adult cycle accidents lead to head injuries, with this rising to 45% in children (Rospa, 2016). Statistics like these have recently led the government to...

Landlords Beware: Tenancy Deposit Schemes, Retaliatory Evictions and changes to Section 21 Notices

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The Deregulation Act 2015 (the “Act”) received Royal Assent on the 26 March 2015 and amended provisions in both the Housing Act 1988 (“HA 1988”) and the Housing Act 2004 (“HA 2004”).   The Act introduced a number of...

Sick on holiday? Here are some practical steps to take

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Falling ill on holiday: it can feel like a disaster. After all the saving, planning, packing, and waiting for your holiday to finally arrive, you end up getting struck down by illness when all you came to do was relax and enjoy yourself. To make matters...

How to maximise your return on unpaid invoices

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According to Zurich's latest SME Risk Index, over half of Britain's SMEs have problems with late payment, with £225bn in unpaid invoices . These figures highlight the common problem of late payment. Unpaid invoices can have severe...

New Forms for Requesting a Warrant following a Suspended Possession Order

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The recent Court of Appeal decision in the case of Cardiff County Council v Lee held that the Court's permission is required to issue a warrant for possession on a Suspended Possession Order ('SPO'). Previous process to request a warrant ...