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Further protections for tenants

The law has been extended to stop landlords charging certain fees to tenants

Ban on evictions extended by 2 months to protect renters

Millions of renters across England and Wales will receive greater protection after the government extended the suspension of new evictions until 23rd August 2020

What happens if my holiday is cancelled ?

Many holidays are being cancelled and consumers have various options .

New measures to protect commercial tenants from aggressive rent collection and closure

The government has announced further help for commercial tenants .

Business Interruption insurance - Can you claim ?

Covid 19 is now a notifiable disease and has bee officially designated a pandemic by the World Health Organization Businesses should now consider making a claim under any business interruption policy they have .

What happens if you die without leaving a will?

On 6th February 2020 the law will change as to how an intestate estate will be distributed.

The Courts again says those who represent themselves must abide by the Court rules

A Claimant who represented himself in Court proceedings learnt an expensive lesson when he was ordered to pay the costs of a wasted trial when his conduct led to a trial to be adjourned.

Court limits the ways in which a written contract can be changed

The Supreme Court has reversed a Court of Appeal decision and held that the terms of contract can only be changed if the correct procedure is used .

No special rules for those who represent themselves in Court proceedings

The Supreme Court has held that those who act in person in Court proceedings must abide by the Court rules in the same way as those who are represented by solicitors.

Ban on charging customers for paying by credit card

As of 13th January 2018 , Businesses can no longer charge consumers for paying by a particular payment method.

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