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Islamic Wills – How do they work?

Islamic Wills – How do they work? | Saracens Solicitors Earlier this year the Law Society took the unusual step of publishing practice notes designed to assist English lawyers in preparing Shari’ah wills. True to form, this was met with […]

Should I use a solicitor in Landlord and Tenant Act matters?

The most number of legal proceedings that are issued arise under the Landlord and Tenant Acts in relation to property disputes.  Solicitors are specialists who are able to interpret the various Landlord and Tenant Acts that govern the obligations on both landlords […]

What are the different forms of Tenancy under the Landlord and Tenant Act?

A tenancy is a contract between a landlord and a tenant which allows the tenant, upon payment of rent and observing the landlord’s rules, to live in a property. The rules, rights and obligations that both the landlord and tenant […]

Why do we have juries in Defamation Act trials

Defamation is the causing of damage to a person’s reputation or standing either verbally or by a written statement.  The Defamation Act 1996 was introduced to protect the reputation and good standing of an individual. The Defamation Act 1996 itself does not […]

Tourettes Syndrome Defamation Act

Gilles de la Tourette syndrome (Tourette Syndrome or “TS”) is a neurological disorder which becomes evident in early childhood or adolescence before the age of 18 years.  TS is defined by multiple motor and vocal tics. These verbal tics include […]

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