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Emily Warman

Employment law updates to be aware of!

April 2019 brings higher tribunal compensation awards, itemised pay slips, National Minimum Wage increases and more to the world of Employment Law.

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Posted in: Employment Law

Removal and replacement of unsafe cladding – who’s responsible?

130 apartment complexes in England have failed cladding testing since the Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017. The associated costs with the remediation work are expected to be significant, but who is responsible for paying for these works?

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Posted in: Commercial Property

An Assured Shorthold Tenancy, not what you signed up for?

An Assured Short hold Tenancy (AST) is a tenancy of a residential property usually regarded as a short-term tenancy. However, the legislation governing AST's does not specify a maximum term a lease has to be for it to be an AST. Therefore, a long residential lease could satisfy the criteria. It is important to know if your long residential lease is an AST as it provides Landlords with certain mandatory rights to terminate the lease during its term and takes away a tenants right to first refusal.

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Posted in: Commercial Property