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Commercial Property Pitfalls – and how to avoid them

Unless you have been living under a rock you will be aware that the Government announced that tax relief on buy-to-let mortgage interest payments for residential property would be slashed (phased in from April 2017) and that buy-to-let residential properties…

Professional Negligence: The complete guide to making a claim

Legal claims on the grounds of professional negligence often present a disruptive and stressful challenge for any business or individual. For the majority of cases of this nature, pursuing a court claim can be a time-consuming and expensive process for…

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The complete guide to contesting a will

When a member of your family, close friend or loved one passes away and you believe there is a discernible error within the last will and testament they have left behind, or that it has not been correctly implemented in…

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Slater Heelis Awarded Lexcel Accreditation for 13th Year in a Row

After a rigorous on-site assessment by the Law Society, Slater Heelis has been awarded the Lexcel Accreditation for excellence in practice management and client care for the 13th year in a row. The optional independent assessment benchmarks firms against the…

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Free Seminar: Dilapidations & Disrepair: Understanding your rights

Whether you’re a commercial tenant or landlord, dealing with a dilapidations claim can be stressful – especially when the claim against you is unjust. Slater Heelis has teamed up with Stephen Pritchett, Senior Barrister of Cobden House Chambers, to provide…

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Update on Court Fees – A two-tier legal system?

In March 2015, the Government launched the next step in their strategy to make the Court Service largely self-funding by increasing Court Fees for civil claims to recover money. How much are Court Fees for civil claims? The level of…

Changes to Section 21 of the Housing Act

Section 21 Notices – The New Procedure On 1 October 2015 a number of significant changes were introduced to the procedure for obtaining possession under section 21 of the Housing Act 1998 in respect of residential property let on an…

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