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'Unintended pitfalls of Practice Direction 51ZA: Extending time during the impact of Covid-19' by Charlotte Davies

28th April 2020

Unintended pitfalls of Practice Direction 51ZA: Extending time during the impact of Covid-19 Civil and commercial barrister Charlotte Davies (2007) outlines the changes to the Civil Procedure Rules regarding extensions to procedural timetables made as a result of Covid-19, and highlights a number of unintended consequences. The General Position Under the Civil Procedure Rules there are so…

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'Unintended pitfalls of Practice Direction 51ZA: Extending time during the impact of Covid-19' by Charlotte Davies
 

'The Show Must Go On; Criminal Courts Amidst the COVID-19 Crisis' by Samuel Castlehouse

28th April 2020

The Show Must Go On; Criminal Courts Amidst the COVID-19 Crisis Samuel Castlehouse is a pupil at KBG Chambers, practising in Criminal & Family law. Sam read law at the University of Plymouth and was awarded a First Class degree before completing Bar School in London. He was called to the Bar in July 2019 from the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple after receiving the Queen Mother Schol…

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'The Show Must Go On; Criminal Courts Amidst the COVID-19 Crisis' by Samuel Castlehouse
 

Execution of Wills and Deeds during the Covid-19 Pandemic by Andrew Willetts

27th April 2020

Execution of Wills and Deeds during the Covid-19 Pandemic 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. Andre…

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Execution of Wills and Deeds during the Covid-19 Pandemic by Andrew Willetts
 

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