Margaret acts for sellers and buyers of residential properties of all types for both residential and investor buyers as well as mortgages / remortgages and lease extensions.
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Mark advises on the resolution of complex construction and engineering disputes throughout the contractual supply chain.
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Matthew advises social landlords on contentious and non-contentious housing and asset management matters with a particular focus on housing conditions claims.
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Recommended medical negligence solicitors specialising in complex meningitis compensation, ready to help you claim. National firm. No win no fee available.
10 July 2017
on Meningitis medical negligence claims
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“Where communities plan for housing in their area in a neighbourhood plan, those plans should not be deemed to be out-of-date.”
3 January 2017
on Neighbourhood Plans – 3 year housing land supply sufficient
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New guidance was published by ACAS at the beginning of September to assist employers who are considering suspending staff, specifically during an investigation procedure.
30 September 2022
on New ACAS guidance on suspending staff
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On 5 December 2022, new regulations will come into force rendering exclusivity terms in employment and worker contracts unenforceable where the worker’s earnings under that contract do not exceed the lower earnings limit.
25 November 2022
on New regulations will prevent exclusivity terms in low income worker contracts
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Next has become the latest retailer to find itself involved in equal pay campaign after shop floor staff submitted hundreds of claims to the Employment Tribunal.
29 September 2021
on Next on the agenda – the fight for equal pay within the retail sector
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The recent Court of Appeal decision in O G Thomas Amaethyddiath v Turner (Thomas v Turner) has further clarified when a legal notice that contains errors will still be effective, and when it won’t.
17 February 2023
on Notices containing errors – when can they be served?
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Nottinghamshire Police have announced that an investigation will be launched into maternity care provided under Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) NHS Trust.
22 September 2023
on Nottinghamshire Police to launch investigation into maternity care
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During our latest Lexcel assessment, the assessor sought feedback from our people. Read what they said about life at Clarke Willmott.
23 November 2021
on Our latest Lexcel report: what our people said
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