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Can a Trustee in Bankruptcy be liable to the bankrupt for loss caused by breach of duty?

Earlier this year the Court of Appeal gave judgment in the case of Oraki and another v Bramston and another. The case involved the Court considering the liability of the Trustee in Bankruptcy for an alleged breach of duty to the bankrupts in the conduct of their respective bankruptcies, in particular it was alleged that… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Thinking of Moving to Spain? Don’t Forget to Fill in Form 720

Data obtained from the National Statistics Institute in Spain indicates that around 4.6 million foreigners live in Spain, around 1.8 million of which hail from the European Union. Around 306,000 of these persons are UK-born, according to European statistics agency, Eurostat. Numbers have grown since European recovery from the financial crisis, and indeed do not represent… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

What You Need You Need to Know about the Government’s Proposed Domestic Violence Bill

While the Government’s plans for Brexit was the focus of most of the attention following the bills proposed in the Queen’s Speech, what gained less publicity were the proposed laws intended to support and protect victims of domestic violence and abuse, both from the perpetrators of this abuse and within the justice system itself. At… Read the rest of this post (2 Comments)

My commercial tenant has failed to pay their rent: What can I do?

One of the most important issues faced as a landlord is ensuring that your commercial tenant pays its rent on time. Where your tenant fails to pay the rent and other sums due under a lease, there are several remedies at your disposal which are designed to rectify the breach and recover payment but it… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Disability Discrimination in the Workplace

The employment rate for disabled adults is 48% in the UK.  While the percentage of those in work is gradually increasing, the abled percentage in work is 74.6%. This discrepancy may in part be due to illnesses preventing people with disabilities working, but it could also reflect a more widespread prejudice that prevents many willing and capable applicants from finding… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

TOP TIPS ON BUYING PROPERTY IN SPAIN- and what happens with Brexit?

Despite the concerns of Brexit, Spain is still the most popular destination for British people to buy properties. It is also one of the best countries to currently invest, as not only is it a great and friendly country (I may have a biased opinion here) with a great deal of sun, but also prices… Read the rest of this post (2 Comments)

Ten facts about the divorce process

If you are considering separating from your husband or wife there may be a number of questions that you require answers to and this blog aims to address some of the most common queries. Who can instigate divorce proceedings? Anyone who has been married for a year or more can start divorce proceedings so long… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

How to approach divorce to keep the peace?

Client’s often ask what they can do to keep the peace during their divorce, particularly if their spouse does not really want the marriage to come to an end. Here are some top tips of what may help you through your separation… Separation – Ensure you understand the separation options available to you. Divorce is… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Why should I bother with Mediation when I can just apply for a Court Order?

This is a question I am commonly asked by clients as a Solicitor. Being a Mediator as well, I am conscious that Mediation can offer separating couples a platform to ‘iron out’ their differences in a straight forward and direct way, with the assistance of an independent third party (the Mediator).  There is no need… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Compensation v Safety: Extraordinary Circumstances and Birds Strikes in Aviation

The number of people claiming compensation in the case of a flight delay is on the increase, regardless as to the reason of the delay. Being a private pilot myself, there is always a sentence in my mind “Better late than never”. I want to believe that airlines and commercial pilots have also clear in… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)