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Blockchain and football

Blockchain and football In today’s world, one could say that football has a huge global fan base as such, the potential applications of blockchain technology into the most popular sport on the planet are numerous to mention, this can range from using blockchain and cryptocurrency for faster and safer financial transaction and even ensuring compliance with …

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Default Judgement

Circumstances in which default judgement is set aside ?

One of the most important tools for the claimant is the ‘Default Judgement’. However, consideration must be given due to consideration that it can be set aside. A defendant has 14 days to file an acknowledgement of service or file defence from the date of service of particulars of claim.  In the absence of filing, …

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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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Should I use a Solicitor for Probate

Should I use a Solicitor for Probate: 5 Reasons to use a Solicitor for Probate

5 Reasons to Use a Solicitor for Probate   The pandemic changed so many things for us all, at Adel Jibs & Co Solicitors, probate solicitors in Enfield, we are receiving enquiries about the use of solicitors in probate matters. Although it is possible to administer an estate without legal assistance, we don’t recommend it. …

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Section 21 and Section 8 Notice periods to revert to pre-Covid time

The Coronavirus Act 2020 (Residential Tenancies and Notices) (Amendment and Suspension) (England) Regulations 2021 coming into force on 1 October 2021 means that notice periods will now revert to pre-covid time. What does this mean?  This means that the notice period for section 21 notice will revert to 2 months’ notice and section 8 notices …

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