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TENANTS FEES ACT 2019

Campions Conveyancing Solicitors of Derby(Pride Park), and Nottingham(Mansfield Road) give the following advice on the above. Tenants can be charged only one or more of seven payments in connection with a Tenancy. These are the rent,a refundable Tenancy deposit, a refundable holding deposit, payments to change a Tenancy or early [...]

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WARNING IF YOU SELL A FORMER COUNCIL OR HOUSING ASSOCIATION PROPERTY

Campions Solicitors serve clients in Derby, Nottingham Ilkeston, Heanor, Ripley and other areas. It is well understood by most clients that if they sell one of the above property types they will have to inform the Council or Housing Association if within 10 years of purchase by them. This is [...]

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Owens v Owens a Case on Divorce decided by The Supreme Court on the 25th July 2018

This is a case on grounds for Divorce and is extremely unusual. The Brief Facts The facts very briefly are that Mrs. Owens wishes to divorce Mr. Owens. The parties separated in February 2015 and have not since lived together. Mrs. Owens issued a divorce petition in May 2015 on the [...]

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Mills and Mills – A Case on Spousal Maintenance Decided by The Supreme Court

The UK Supreme Court has decided an important case in relation to spousal maintenance and this is the case of Mills and Mills. The Judgement has been given on the 18th of July 2018 the matter having been heard on the 6th of June 2018. The facts are that the [...]

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Heterosexual Civil Partnerships: A judgement by the Supreme Court

Since 2005 same sex couples have been able to enter into Civil Partnerships with each other. That right was given by the Civil Partnerships Act 2004. Then since 2014 same sex couples have been given the right to marry. However heterosexual couples have only the right to marry and not [...]

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Consent Orders in Divorce Proceedings

It is always best if Divorce Settlements can be reached by agreement between the parties whether it is done between themselves or through the assistance of Mediators or Solicitors. However what you should consider is whether you should obtain a Consent Order. This has to be obtained in the course [...]

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New Homes- Dealing with inadequate work

This week  a new report has come out suggesting how the vexed issue of inadequate work on new homes might be dealt with. This is a constant issue when buyers buy a new home, find faults and struggle to get redress. This report Better Redress for Home Buyers proposes that [...]

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Statement of Compliance Criminal Finance Act 2017

As a firm, we value our reputation for ethical behaviour and for financial probity and reliability. We recognise that over and above the commission of any crime, any involvement in the facilitation of tax evasion will also reflect adversely on our image and reputation. We do not tolerate tax evasion, [...]

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