Skip to main content
Banking & Finance
Insurance & Reinsurance
PI & Clinical Negligence
Restructuring & Insolvency
Risk & Compliance
Wills & Probate
Firms, Chambers and Organisations
Can I rely on ‘Certificates of Force Majeure’ issued by the Chinese government confirming that coronavirus (COVID-19) is force majeure as a force majeure event under English law?
Can the court make an order in financial order proceedings on divorce or dissolution for the payment of university fees for a child of the family who is over the age of 18?
If a claim for defamation or malicious falsehood is brought outside of the normal time limit due to circumstances related to coronavirus (COVID-19), can a claimant rely on section 32A of the Limitation Act 1980 to persuade the court to disapply that time limit?
In a dispute between cohabitants, where there is equitable accounting, will only the mortgage payments be taken into account or will the payment of utility bills be considered as well?
Is a contract enforceable if it has been signed but not dated?
Is a settlement agreement legally binding as a contract if there is no consideration in the agreement?
Is it acceptable for a draft order in family proceedings, that is to be made by consent, to be electronically signed by the parties?
London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association
Clear, practical guidance for all legal professionals
If you expected to see yourself on this page,
0330 161 1234
Get in Touch
International Sales(Includes Middle East)
Latin America and the Caribbean
Supplier Payment Terms
Partner Alliance Programme
Manage your Cookie Settings
Terms & Conditions
Data Protection Inquiry
Protecting human rights: Our Modern Slavery Act Statement
Copyright © 2021 LexisNexis