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Yielding Up

Yielding Up

Let’s understand why the term ‘yielding up’ has so much importance when entering into a lease. At the end of the Lease term when the tenant leaves the premises, he is bound to remove all his belongings, fittings and fixtures, equipment related to the trade and hand over the premises in the same condition in…

Possession claims and the Covid 19 statement

Possession Claims and the ‘COVID-19’ statement

Private landlords nationally, are once again carrying the financial burden of the Coronavirus Act 2020 (Residential Tenancies: Protection from Eviction) Regulations 2020. With the nation in the grip of lockdown version 3.0, residential landlords are faced with further bad news that the ban on bailiffs, preventing them from serving eviction notices or warrants has been…

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Child Arrangements in the time of COVID

Managing child arrangements is difficult enough for separated parents, but now COVID19 adds a major complication to the mix. What to do during lockdowns, tier restrictions and self-isolation is a minefield for parents trying to follow the rules but also an opportunity for parents not fully committed to an existing arrangement or order to try…

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National Minimum Wage – inadvertent breaches are easier than you think!

The National Minimum Wage (NMW) was introduced in April 1999 as a way of tackling poverty. Although the run up to its introduction was not uncontroversial, it is now a vital part of employment law and any breach, for whatever reason, is wholly unacceptable. When considered in this context, it makes it all the more…

The vaccine dilemma…a case of be injected or be dismissed..?

The vaccine dilemma…a case of be injected or be dismissed..?

As with everything related to coronavirus, there is a lot that remains unknown. So, what are the potential repercussions for an employee who refuses to have the coronavirus vaccine despite being asked to by their employer? The position is, perhaps surprisingly, relatively simple. The reality is that employers can dismiss any employee that they want…

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