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Contest Will

You want to challenge a Will but don’t know where to start?

Disputing a Will can also be referred to as ‘contentious probate’ and it is a dispute relating to the distribution of a person’s estate when they pass away. There are several reasons why people decide to challenge a Will after the testator is dead. You may feel that you deserve more. You may feel you …

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Procter v Procter

Exclusive Possession: The paradox resolved in the Proctor case.

Procter -v-Procter [2021] EWCA Civ 167 The Court of Appeal determined in the above case that a tenancy at will protected by Agricultural Holding Act 1986 existed.  In this case, various members of the proctor family owned a large estate in Yorkshire, which was held as a partnership.  The freehold title of the property had been …

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Dealing with dementia – We are here to Help!

What is dementia? Dementia is a general term for over 100 different diseases, including Alzheimer’s. It describes the symptoms of several diseases and conditions which cause the progressive decline of the brain. One type of dementia is the most common. Symptoms associated with dementia: Thinking speed lowered Difficulty in making Judgement Mood and emotions Memory …

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Who is entitled to see your Will after death ?

The right to see a person’s will after they die depends on whether probate has been granted. If it isn’t, only those named executors are entitled to do so before their death but once the grant of Probate is obtained, that situation changes, and the Will becomes a public document. The executors of a Will …

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LEGAL PROTECTIONS FOR COMMERCIAL TENANTS IN ARREARS

Further extensions to temporary laws that further protect commercial tenants. The temporary moratorium against forfeiture of a lease for non-payment of rent has been extended by 9 months, until 25 March 2022. This means that commercial landlords cannot forfeit a business tenancy for non-payment of rent if the non-payment is a result of the COVID-19. …

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