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Fixed Fee Possession Claims, No Win No Fee Rent Recovery

8th August 2014 | Written by Michael Devlin | Categories : Landlord Litigation
Fixed Fee Possession Claims, No Win No Fee Rent Recovery

We are pleased to announce that we are now able to offer landlords of residential properties a new expert service at a new low cost on a fixed fee basis.
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P2P Lending – is it the future?

8th August 2014 | Written by Michael Devlin | Categories : Business Litigation, Personal Litigation
P2P Lending – is it the future?

Peer-to-peer lending is the practice of lending money to unrelated individuals, or “peers”, without going down the traditional route such as a bank and has been described as one of the most disruptive innovations in financial services in recent years.
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Providing a reference?

8th August 2014 | Written by Michael Devlin | Categories : Business Litigation, Landlord Litigation
Providing a reference?

Whether you are a landlord or an employer you will inevitably be asked to provide a reference for a former tenant or employee.
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Innovative Technologies

8th August 2014 | Written by Michael Devlin | Categories : Business Litigation
Innovative Technologies

One of the most innovative and disruptive technologies to take on the traditional markets in recent years has been the boom in the sales of ecigarettes with many entrepreneurial enterprises now seriously challenging the market share of the tobacco companies and this looks set to continue to grow year on year.
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Directors Beware

8th August 2014 | Written by Michael Devlin | Categories : Business Litigation
Directors Beware

All directors should know that they have to provide an address to Companies House and the importance of keeping that address updated has been stressed in a recent case that has confirmed that the address registered at Companies House can be used to serve a director with documents such as statutory demands and court documents whether they have moved home or even gone abroad.
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Proposed Changes to Tenancy Deposit Schemes

8th August 2014 | Written by Michael Devlin | Categories : Landlord Litigation
Proposed Changes to Tenancy Deposit Schemes

Landlords will be relieved to know that some of the nightmare situations caused by the Superstrike v Rodrigues case will soon by addressed.
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