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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 […]


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 […]


Claiming Compensation For Loss Of Chance

Following the recent Supreme Court decision in Perry v Raleys Solicitors [2019] UKSC 5 which clarified the law relating to loss of chance, we examine the legal position should an opportunity be thwarted, through the negligence of another person or […]


Can I Claim Damages For Defamation?

Historically, claims for Defamation (both libel and slander) have involved celebrities and those in the media lime-light. The recent headlines relating to Rebel Wilson, the Australian actress, writer and producer who had her $AUD4.5 million damages award slashed to $AUD600,000 […]


Breach of Contract – What Can I Do?

Breach of Contract - What Can I Do?

Everyone can fall victim to a breach of contract – you could be a commercial entity or an employer whose employees choose to watch the FIFA world cup instead of turning up to work! Unfortunately, breaches of contract are commonplace […]


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