PEACE OF MIND

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It has been reported that one in three of us will die without making a Will. There are numerous beneficial reasons for making a Will which include making future provision for a spouse/partner, distribution of sole assets, appointment of guardians for minor children, ensuring inclusion of step children as beneficiaries, future care needs for a […]

Preparing land for sale

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Whilst most property transactions generally proceed without major issue, there are sometimes avoidable problems that can occur. Sarah Dunlop, Associate in Blanchards Bailey’s Agriculture & Estates team, shares her top tips on how you can prepare for selling your land: Wouldn’t it be wonderful for all property transactions to proceed quickly without any hiccups causing […]

Property Disputes

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Multiple lockdowns and ‘stay at home’ rules may have resulted in property disputes with your neighbours, but how can a Solicitor help resolve these? Property Dispute Resolution Solicitor Annabel Morgan explains: What steps should a person take to resolve disputes with their neighbour? • Communication is often key – early communication between neighbours can often […]

Can employers require their staff to have a COVID-19 vaccine?

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As COVID-19 vaccines continue to be rolled out, it is being asked whether employers can insist that their staff be vaccinated. As with most things’ employment law, the answer is not simple. Getting straight to the point(!) is consideration of whether such a request is a ‘reasonable management instruction’ by the employer? Ultimately, this is […]