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Parliament to abolish “no-fault” evictions

Public consultation is currently underway on the abolition of Section 21 notices whereby a landlord can terminate an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) and conduct a no-fault eviction. The Government takes the view…

What are the laws for owning a dog?

What are the laws for owning a dog?

Like me you probably enjoy taking your dog for a walk in the glorious countryside which surrounds Sheffield, but have you ever wondered about your responsibilities as a dog owner in the eyes of the law? Here’s…

A Knotty Problem

A Knotty Problem

What do you do if you become aware that there is Japanese Knotweed on your land? The answer is, enter into a treatment plan with a reputable contractor as soon as possible. If you don’t then you risk being sued…

Vicarious Liability, EBB and Flow

Vicarious Liability, EBB and Flow

Vicarious liability continues to be a concern for many clients.  The scope for employers, for example, being found liable for the acts of their employees when there is no ‘conventional fault’ continues to expand. Often…