Month: August 2018

Prevention is the Best Cure

How many times growing up did you hear the phrase prevention is better than cure? As a Dad of two young girls, I have lost count of how many times I have told them that if they eat too many sweets and don’t brush their teeth, they will eventually fall out. A tad catastrophic maybe, …

Costs in Litigation

The latest controversy affecting those involved in litigation is the way in which the courts will penalise one party for delaying a settlement and dragging out the litigation process. In two recent cases, where differing judgments were handed down, the controversy has been fuelled further. The latest of these two is a case of Holmes …

High Court rules that personal representatives can serve a tenant’s notice more than 2 years after grant of probate

Villarosa v Ryan [2018] EWHC 1914 (Ch) Law Chapter II of the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 (LRHUDA 1993) provides tenants of residential flats with a right to claim a new lease at a peppercorn ground rent and for a term expiring 90 years after the term date of the existing lease. …

Availability of Support Services for Children with Acquired Brain Injury

A recent study conducted in the USA has produced a report headed “The Management of Traumatic Brain Injury in Children: Opportunities for Action”. The study highlights a lack of knowledge and infrastructure to provide consistent and necessary support to children with acquired brain injuries which is often referred to as a hidden disability. Although the …


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