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Peterborough and District Law Society Dinner 2018

The Peterborough and District Law Society Annual Dinner

The Peterborough and District Law Society held its 88th Annual Dinner on Friday 13th April at The Haycock Hotel in Wansford.

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The Charity Commission’s aim is to make sure that charities that work with or provide services to vulnerable beneficiaries comply with their legal duties.

Trustees’ duties and safeguarding...

The Charity Commission’s aim is to make sure that charities that work with or provide services to vulnerable beneficiaries comply …

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Charity Commission's statement on safeguarding

Charity Commission’s statement on safeguarding

On 10 February 2018, the Charity Commission issued a statement in response to concerned in the media regarding Oxfam.

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If you work from home make sure you have the correct licence and are legal to run a business from a residential property

Running a Business from Your Home

Many small businesses are run from home, particularly when they are getting started. It is important to note however, that when …

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The Residence Nil Rate Band (RNRB) could this increase inheritance tax allowance for your family?

The Residence Nil Rate Band (RNRB)

The new Residence Nil Rate Band (RNRB) is worth £100,000 per person rising (from April 2018) by £25,000 from the next three …

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Power of Attorney Application Fee Refund, are you able to claim?

Power of Attorney Application Fee Refund

In recent news the Government have announced a scheme to refund individuals who have applied to register a Power of Attorney in …

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The Government has launched a consultation looking to improve the processes by which businesses and individuals who are owed money can seek to recover it through the County Court.

Government launch consultation on default judgments

The Government has launched a consultation looking to improve the processes by which businesses and individuals who are owed money …

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Personal Injury claims for an accident that wasn't your fault, why do we think that an accident is not fault?

Sorry seems to be the hardest word

Even when they have insurance to pay for their mistakes, people often have a hard time admitting when they are wrong. Why are so …

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Should we have no fault divorce so that unreasonable behaviour is not a factor

Do I have to blame my spouse to obtain a divorce?

This article examines the ‘unreasonable behaviour’ hurdle required to obtain a divorce, and considers the need for “no fault” …

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Is it time to make a life changing decision, are you looking for a new job, new car or to leave your marriage?

New Year, new beginning?

Now that the festive season has ended, you may be looking for a change in your life, maybe a new job, a new car or in some …

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