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Court Stops An Inheritor From Evicting A Ninety Year Old Man  

The plight of people being forced to move from their homes due to not being provided for in a Will is an ancient one.  In two of Jane Austin’s books, namely Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice, being evicted […]


Don’t be one of the 400,000, use an immigration solicitor in London

Immigration Solicitor in London

The UK is the fifth largest economy in the world, and despite the uncertainty created by Brexit this is still very much a country that people want to come and live in, whether for a time or on a permanent […]


Take Your Time: High Court Allows Claim Despite A Delay of Almost 26 Years

If one ever needed proof that certain types of legal cases turn entirely on their facts, the case of Bhusate v Patel and others [2019] EWHC 470 (Ch) fits the bill perfectly.  In early March 2019, Chief Master Marsh allowed an […]


Muddying the waters: Brexit and immigration

Immigration Solicitor in London

No one ever said immigration law was simple. In almost every country, the law changes constantly in response to conditions within the country and also in response to relationships with other countries around the globe. The UK is one of […]


Changes to the Immigration Rules: Entrepreneur Visas and Investor Visas

Last week, the Home Office announced big changes to the Immigration Rules. Is it a coincidence that these changes will come into force on the dreaded date of 29 March 2019 (Brexit anyone)? The most significant changes relate to the […]


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