An increase in funding for mediation vouchers should help with the huge backlog of cases in Family Courts.
Divorce is never easy, and anything that can reduce the strain on families is always welcome.
Although women have been experiencing menopause for millennia, the effects have only recently become a hot issue in employment law. We look at some of the issues, with links to some of the key literature.
In 2014 the Bank of England made it obligatory for mortgage borrowers to undergo a ‘Mortgage Stress Test’ in an effort to ensure they could afford their loan. This obligation has been removed.
If you have a cohabitee you need to consider them in your Will: we go through some of the options
The Law Commission is planning to ease restrictions on aspects of how wedding ceremonies are held in England and Wales.
We discuss the Renters Reform Bill, which would fundamentally rebalance the law on residential landlord and tenant in several ways.
When making a representation claim, you need to be aware of ‘reliance’ or ‘inducement’ to be successful. We explain this important concept.
The Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act has been passed. It deals with rent arrears which built up during the pandemic by business tenants.
The new act covers Rent Arrears and has been in place since 24th March 2022.
The Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022 offers much-needed changes to the Freeholder / Leaseholder relationship. We guide you through, alerting you to potential pitfalls for both sides.
Brighton has been London-by-Sea for years, and Cunningtons have been conveyancing in Brighton since 2004. Our friendly team offer a free competitive quotation and personal contact – you can see why we get such great reviews!
After the shocking escalating ground rents scandal, the Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022 is enacted from June 2022