Covid 19

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UK Government advises Britons to temporarily postpone all plans to move homes

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Author: Miles Eckersley

On 23 March, the government advised that all home buyers and renters should consider postponing any plans to move homes....

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Family breakdowns: Negotiating through the Coronavirus.

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Author: Kate Ryan

Many of those involved in a family breakdown will be having to address issues of co-parenting, separating homes and moving...

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Lasting Powers of Attorney and General Powers of Attorney

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Author: Linda Blay

The Office of the Public Guardian say they are aiming to register LPAs within 40 working days (8 weeks) but...

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Domestic Abuse Victims: Can I leave the house during lockdown?

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Author: Sonal Parekh

Victims of Domestic Abuse can leave home to seek help at refuges, despite the current government guidelines on staying at...

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FAQs – coronavirus Job Retention Scheme for furloughed workers (Updated)

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Author: Marc Jones

Answers to frequently asked questions On 26 March 2020, the government provided guidance on the coronavirus (Covid-19) Job Retention Scheme...

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The impact of Covid-19 and Furlough leave on holiday entitlement (UPDATED)

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Author: Richard Devall

On Friday (27 March), the Government brought into force Regulations allowing workers who have not taken all of their annual...

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Electronic signatures – no need for a “wet ink” signature?

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Author: Charlotte Newlyn

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Author: Sarah Jackson

The Law Commission has recently clarified the validity of electronic signatures – even statutory requirements for a signature which predate...

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Witnessing a Will and Social Distancing

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Author: Linda Blay

The threat of coronavirus has seen a significant increase in the number of people making a new Will or reviewing...

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Covid-19 – Guidance for Marina Operators

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Author: John Clement

This is an unprecedented and unsettling time for marina owners and operators. Below is some guidance based on the current...

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Charities and Covid-19

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Author: Jelena Serbic

This article is about the two Cs and for once, we aren’t talking about the Charity Commission. A form of...

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Business advice for companies suffering from coronavirus measures

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Author: Adam Dowdney

Clearly, we are in very unusual times, but one certainty is that disruption will be caused to all businesses, large...

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Covid-19: Separated couples and property ownership.

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Author: Laura Hunt

At a time of worldwide uncertainty due to the Covid-19 outbreak, people are reflecting on their individual circumstances and decisions...

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: Furlough Leave (UPDATED)

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Author: Marc Jones

On 20 March 2020, the Government announced measures to protect employers and employees under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). ...

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Cohabiting for Covid-19? Ask yourself these 3 questions

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Author: Charlotte Southworth

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Author: Laura Hunt

Covid-19 is forcing everyone to live very different lives and it is perhaps even more challenging for couples who have...

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) – Guidance for Holiday Caravan Occupiers

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Author: John Clement

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Author: Morgan Wolfe

Updated 25 March 2020 The owner of my holiday park has just told me the park is closing and I...

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Covid-19, Children & Co-Parenting

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Author: Sonal Parekh

During these new and uncertain times, many parents are naturally worried about contact arrangements and potentially breaching Court orders. Here’s...

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The impact of Covid-19 and Furlough leave on holiday entitlement

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Author: Richard Devall

Let’s look to a much happier time (hopefully soon) when we have seen the back of COVID-19 and we are...

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Moving home in times of the Coronavirus – Be prepared!

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Author: Gary Bunce

2020 began with an optimistic outlook for the UK housing market and according to the forecasts made by Rightmove, property...

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Should I stay or should I go?

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Author: Morgan Wolfe

If you are currently staying on a holiday park you may be wondering how recent government guidance on holiday park...

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Construction Sites and Lockdown – what is the guidance?

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Author: Paul Brampton

COBRA agreed on 23 March 2020 that construction sites should continue to operate provided that they can follow PHE guidance...

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Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Guidance for Owners of Residential and Holiday Parks

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Author: John Clement

This is an unprecedented and unsettling time for the owners of residential and holiday parks. Below is some guidance based...

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Covid-19: an employer’s charter

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Author: Marc Jones

As the government sails the country’s ship through unchartered waters, businesses are tentatively sailing their boats behind wondering what they...

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Quarter-day payments – how to make ends meet during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Author: Charlotte Newlyn

Even in the current climate, unless your lender, landlord or other provider has authorised a payment holiday, a lot of...

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Help – I have a gift card and the retailer is going bust – 5 Top Tips

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Author: Sarah Jackson

Intu, owner of some of the UK’s biggest shopping centres, has said unless it can raise more funds, it might...

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Can Coronavirus Constitute a Force Majeure Event?

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Author: Charlotte Newlyn

As the consequences of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to affect swathes of people, in terms of travel, health and supply...

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