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8 Jul 2020

This Q&A considers whether the section 85 Local Government Act 1972 sanction on failure of members to attend local authority is suspended during the coronavirus...

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3 Jul 2020

This Q&A considers the potential validity of a section 21 notice that is signed on one date and served by hand on another and whether sufficient notice has been given....

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2 Jul 2020

This Q&A considers the temporary changes made to the filing obligations relating to limited partnerships (LPs) in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic....

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23 Jun 2020

This Q&A considers what guidance is currently available on enforcement in relation to the National Health Service contract tracing app.

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15 Jun 2020

This Q&A considers whether a company that fails to file its annual share scheme return by 6th July this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic will still face penalties from...

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11 Jun 2020

This Q&A considers whether employers should review their workplace first aid arrangements in the light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It reflects guidance issued...

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5 Jun 2020

This Q&A considers whether a mortgagee can issue a claim for possession where there is no outstanding capital balance only arrears of interest.

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4 Jun 2020

This Q&A considers whether it is permissible for the solicitor administering a statutory declaration by video conference to be connected to the solicitor advising the...

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Should the period relating to meetings being cancelled due to coronavirus (COVID-19) be disregarded from the six month period referred to in section 85 of the Local Government Act 1972?
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This Q&A considers whether the section 85 Local Government Act 1972 sanction on failure of members to attend local authority is suspended during the coronavirus...

Is there an issue with the validity of a section 21 notice which was signed and dated 6 May 2020, and served by hand on 7 May 2020, where the expiry date of the section 21 notice (in box 2) is stated as being 7 August 2020?
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This Q&A considers the potential validity of a section 21 notice that is signed on one date and served by hand on another and whether sufficient notice has been given....

Have there been any changes to the filing obligations of limited partnerships due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic?
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This Q&A considers the temporary changes made to the filing obligations relating to limited partnerships (LPs) in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic....

Is there a requirement under law that a deed has to be physically dated (ie printed out and dated with agreement by all parties who have signed remotely), or can the dating also be done electronically after parties have signed in counterpart?
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This Q&A considers the dating of deeds and any exceptions if delivery in escrow was agreed or there are counterpart leases.

Is there any guidance for local authorities and their powers to enforce contact tracing regarding the new National Health Service coronavirus (COVID-19) app?
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This Q&A considers what guidance is currently available on enforcement in relation to the National Health Service contract tracing app.

My company is going to be late filing its annual share schemes return to HMRC this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Will it still be subject to penalties?
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This Q&A considers whether a company that fails to file its annual share scheme return by 6th July this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic will still face penalties from...

Should I review my workplace first aid arrangements in the light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic?
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This Q&A considers whether employers should review their workplace first aid arrangements in the light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It reflects guidance issued...

Can a mortgagee issue a claim for possession where there is no outstanding capital balance only arrears of interest?
Covid-19

This Q&A considers whether a mortgagee can issue a claim for possession where there is no outstanding capital balance only arrears of interest.

Where a person (P) makes a statutory declaration by video conference, is it permissible for the solicitor administering the declaration to be connected to the solicitor advising P? In particular, can the solicitors live in the same house?
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This Q&A considers whether it is permissible for the solicitor administering a statutory declaration by video conference to be connected to the solicitor advising the...

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