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An outline of the Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022

Over recent years there has been negative press surrounding the payment and review of ground rents charged on residential leasehold properties. This has led to reform in this area. Associate…


I’m divorced, can I take my children on holiday abroad?

With the summer holidays upon us, many families will be planning holidays abroad. For separated and divorced parents this can be a particularly difficult time of the year. Jenna Atkinson…


Commercial rent arrears – Do I have to pay rent if I closed during the pandemic?

Hasin Amin, solicitor in our commercial property litigation team, takes a fresh look at the issue of commercial rent arrears caused by the coronavirus pandemic following a recent Court of…


UK data protection regime reform: Data Protection and Digital Information Bill introduced to Parliament

On 18 July 2022, the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill (DPDI) was introduced to Parliament. The Bill, which was previously known as the Data Reform Bill, is the result…


Can Long Covid be considered a disability?

It has been widely reported recently by the media that Long Covid can be considered a disability under the Equality Act 2010. Solicitor Emily Leeming, from Harrison Drury’s employment law…


Legislation change gives more healthcare professionals power to certify fit notes

New legislation to enable a wider range of healthcare professionals to certify fit notes has been introduced by the UK government to ease pressure on GPs. Grace McGarvey, a legal…


New EPC ratings: How green is your lease?

The government has committed that from 2025, all new rental properties will be required to have an EPC rating of C or above. Hasin Amin, a solicitor in our property…


What are the options for dealing with pensions in a divorce?

In many divorce cases, the two largest assets are the family home and the parties’ pensions. Pension funds are a shareable asset which can be divided between you and your…


Managing personal data collected and used during the pandemic: Stay compliant

To keep employees and customers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, many organisations adopted emergency practices in respect of collecting and processing personal data relating to the pandemic. David Edwards and Charles…


The four-day working week: How it may affect the leisure and hospitality sectors

A sixth-month pilot was recently launched in the UK to test the possible advantages of a four-day working week for both employers and employees. Emily Leeming from Harrison Drury’s employment…


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