An anti-austerity package of £30 billion of government spending was announced in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, drawing on improved public finance projections to support a range of new initiatives
Claims for incorrectly handled property rental deposits are soaring and landlords should be alert to the danger and ensure they or their agents are complying with the legal requirements, if they want to avoid high penalties
A new online service should cut the stress of applying for a divorce according to the Ministry of Justice, but family law professionals say it’s likely to benefit only those with simple finances who are pursuing the DIY route
Last week’s World Mental Health Day, acts as a good reminder for employers to revisit their policy and culture to see if they match up to best practice
Coinciding with the Employment Tribunal’s recent decision in the case of Francis-McGann v West Atlantic UK Limited, where an employee faked a reference using the name of a Star Wars villain (read our article The Employment Tribunal Strikes Back), ACAS has released new guidance on employment references.
A pilot who provided a fake reference from a Star Wars villain has been ordered to repay his training costs
An individual’s right of access to data which is collected about them is set out in the new Data Protection Act 2018.
From 2021 overseas entities will be required to register with Companies House before they can be registered as the legal owner of UK land.
Sharia law sets out strict rules that determine how an individual’s assets are administered upon death.
Rule changes on short term lets could see part-time landlords hit by a new tax bill from next year if they let out their whole property.