The schools have broken up and the summer holidays are here. For many it’s a time for the family to unwind and spend quality time together however, for some families holidays aren’t the fun they’re cracked up to be.
On 6 April 2014, the long-awaited reforms to the ‘bailiff and enforcement’ regulations and costs became law. The new regulations deal with when a debtor’s premises can be entered and what goods can be taken or not taken.
There has been considerable coverage in legal press regarding the decision in and the effects of Marley -v- Rawling, in which the Supreme Court determined that mirror wills mistakenly signed by the wrong testator should nonetheless be deemed valid.