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Possession Proceedings, Residential Premises and Covid-19 by Tim Pullen

27th May 2020

Tim advises and represents clients in cases concerning land law, the law of landlord and tenant, insolvency, personal injury and contractual disputes as well as employment and housing law.  Tim has wide experience of housing law, homelessness and related public law which forms a significant part of his practice. He acts for both tenants and landlords.  Tim is regularly instructed…

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Possession Proceedings, Residential Premises and Covid-19 by Tim Pullen
 

Further Up Date on Execution of Wills & Trust Deeds during the COVID-19 Pandemic

26th May 2020

Andrew Willetts is a chancery practitioner specialising in contentious and non-contentious trust and probate work and regularly provides advice to executors, trustees and beneficiaries under will trusts and other settlements. Andrew has also written widely on the subject of trusts including for Westlaw and the New Law Journal. Andrew is a member STEP (the Society of Trust and Estate Practitio…

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Further Up Date on Execution of Wills & Trust Deeds during the COVID-19 Pandemic
 

Court Martial success for Chambers duo

21st May 2020

Criminal barristers Nicholas Lewin (1989) and John-Paul Fitzgibbon (2018) discuss a legal first for the Court Martial system when their application to dismiss a rape charge was allowed by His Honour Judge Advocate Large, sitting at the Bulford Military Court Centre. The Case The case involved an allegation of rape made by one service person against another, stemming back to early 2019 where …

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Court Martial success for Chambers duo
 

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