Chancellor Philip Hammond’s latest Spring Statement has supported house builders but offers little respite for struggling home buyers.
A new study into the Bank of Mum and Dad (BoMaD) has revealed that parents who help their children onto the property are not high earners, contrary to popular belief.
New research has revealed that a quarter of people would be willing to challenge the Will of a loved-one if they did not receive a fair share of the estate.
No-fault divorce set to become law
Justice Secretary, David Gauke, has confirmed that he will legislate to introduce an option for no-fault divorce in the next Parliamentary session.
If you discover that you are liable to pay Inheritance Tax following the death of a loved one, you may wrongly presume that there is no option but to pay the tax man the full amount that he is owed.
In recent years a growing leasehold scandal has emerged, particularly involving new-build properties.
A heating engineer who won a claim against Pimlico Plumbers at the Supreme Court – establishing he was a worker and not self-employed – has found that his hopes of claiming thousands of pounds in holiday back pay were just a pipe dream.
Business bodies call for fair division of public sector contracts after collapse of Interserve
The collapse of outsourcing giant Interserve highlights the dangers of relying on very few companies to take on the biggest public sector contracts, a business body has warned.
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American Airlines have successfully defended their brand, following an intellectual property dispute involving a French footwear company who took exception to the planned use of a logo.