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1805, 2020

Family Mediation in South London

Edwards Duthie Shamash are very pleased to announce the launch of their South London family mediation service from their offices in Waterloo. Servicing a geographical gap in Mediation Services Between 8.8 and 9.3 million ...

1805, 2020

Charities – your chance to contribute as a trustee

Essex Life gives great coverage on a monthly basis to charity events within the County and those who run such charities and such events are special people with special skills but it is important ...

1405, 2020

Coronavirus and the law – part 2

The uncertainties concerning the law regulating behaviour during the Coronavirus epidemic continues.  Recent events have demonstrated variations by the legislatures in different parts of the UK, reflecting the independence of the Devolved Parliaments. These ...

1205, 2020

Maintaining contact with those in care homes during the Covid-19 period

“Time, effort and some creativity”: Maintaining contact with those in care homes during the Covid-19 period As the Covid-19 curve flattens in hospitals across the UK, concerns are being raised in the press about ...

1105, 2020

Arkin v Marshall – Court of Appeal Judgment

The Court of Appeal has given judgment in Arkin v Marshall which was a challenge to the lawfulness of the Practice Direction staying residential possession proceedings for 90 days during the Covid-19 pandemic.  James ...

1105, 2020

How does Mediation work?

Mediation is becoming more familiar to many people as it has become a key part of the family justice system over the last 10 years. The aim of the Mediation Team at Edwards Duthie ...

705, 2020

Extending or building a property – part 3

View Part 1 | View Part 2 Part III - Utility Routes, Party Wall Awards, Rights of Light, Environmental Issues and Project Managers Whether you are simply extending your existing property or constructing a ...

505, 2020

Extending or building a property – part 2

View Part 1 | View Part 3 Part II - Covenants & Easements Whether you are extending your existing property or constructing a completely new property you will need to obtain planning permission and ...

505, 2020

Coronavirus and Commercial Property

On 23 April 2020, the Government announced new measures to protect the UK high street from aggressive rent collection and closure. The Government has temporarily restricted the use of Statutory Demands and Winding-up Petitions ...

105, 2020

Extending or building a property – part 1

View Part 2 | View Part 3 Whether you are extending your existing property or constructing a completely new property you might need to obtain planning permission and building regulation consents. It is important ...

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