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Probate Practice Update

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This report summarises the most recent developments in Probate Practice to keep you up to date and familiar with current law. Probate Practice has become an increasingly dynamic area of law. Recent developments have demonstrated how important it is for…

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Feb
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Victims at risk over small claims limit

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Victims of accidents will be put at risk if the Government decides to press ahead with their plans to raise the Small Claims limited for Personal Injury Claims. In his Autumn Statement, Chancellor George Osborne announced that the Government plans…

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Oct
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Who Owns Street Art?

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A Banksy mural that appeared on the back of an amusement arcade in Folkestone has been the subject of a ground breaking legal dispute between The Creative Foundation v Dreamland Leisure Limited. The High Court handed down a judgment on…

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Aug
13
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Financial claim – 20 years after divorce, leaving the door ajar

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A Supreme Court decision has highlighted the need for financial settlement orders on divorce to prevent claims after Decree Absolute. In Wyatt v Vince, the court ruled that the ex-wife of energy supplier Ecotricity’s founder could proceed with a claim…

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Jul
27
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Court of Appeal finds in favour of appellant woman in mothers will

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In a recent Court of Appeal case a woman was awarded £164,000 – a third of her estranged mother’s estate, although she was not included in the will. Melita Jackson’s will, left £500,000 of her estate to animal charities and…

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Jul
26
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Motorist challenges parking operator in Supreme Court

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A park motorist who was given an £85 parking ticket took his case to the Supreme Court to challenge the car park operator Parking Eye for ‘unfair’ fines imposed on his car today, by crowdfunding the money to pay to…

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Jul
25
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Disgruntled High Court Judge recused himself from a case against BA

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Mr Justice Peter Smith – a High Court judge has recused himself from a case against British Airways after he got into a dispute with the airline over his lost luggage. The High Court Judge demanded an explanation from BA…

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