Regionally the news of British Steel’s collapse sent shock waves across the business community, with an estimated 25,000 jobs reliant on the industrial giant – either directly employed or within the extensive supply chain.
Moves to introduce ‘no-fault’ divorce across England and Wales have been widely welcomed as a way in which parting couples can reduce conflict and smooth the pathway for both themselves and any children involved.
Monika Borek, a solicitor in Wilkin Chapman’s property team, looks at the legal truth as a growing number of properties on private housing developments come with a requirement to pay this extra annual charge.
Developers will be aware that where land is registered as a Town and Village Green (TVG) then development of that land is effectively prohibited. Developers will note with interest that a recent Court of Appeal ruling effectively stated that where land has already been identified for potential development then it will be too late for an application to be made to register a TVG.
Wilkin Chapman senior solicitor and specialist in clinical negligence, Jonathan Baker, looks at the sensitive and often extremely distressing cases of wrongful births, in the wake of a high-profile legal case.