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Lease extension service recognised by Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners (ALEP)

June 3, 2020
Holmes and Hills solicitors in Braintree is pleased to announce it has been selected for inclusion on the panel of lease extension solicitors for […]

Moving home during the Coronavirus situation? Don’t pay twice for your conveyancing

May 15, 2020
When the UK went into lockdown in March, many chains of property transactions collapsed as buyers and sellers pulled out […]

Coronavirus and Spousal Maintenance payments

May 5, 2020
Family Law solicitor, Carol Toulson, discusses Spousal Maintenance payments at a time when many are experiencing reduced earnings. If you […]

Should I engage a lease extension solicitor during the coronavirus lockdown?

May 1, 2020
Many leaseholders delay extending their lease, but with many people finding themselves working from home and not having to commute, […]

Child Maintenance payments in light of Coronavirus and reduced earnings

April 27, 2020
Carol Toulson, Family Law solicitor at Holmes & Hills Solicitors in Braintree, discusses Child Maintenance payments during the Coronavirus outbreak. My […]

Planning and Environmental Law Committees call for time extensions, deferral of CIL payments and flexibility regarding S106 Agreements

April 20, 2020
Planning Law solicitor, Sarah Cook, discusses recommendations from Law Societies regarding changes to support the planning system during the Coronavirus […]

Commercial contracts in the time of COVID-19

April 9, 2020
Commercial solicitor, Natalie Stoter, discusses commercial contracts and clauses in the context of COVID-19*.  The uncertainty of the current world is […]

The Planning Court during the Coronavirus pandemic

April 8, 2020
Planning Law solicitor, Michael Harman, discusses operational changes made by the Planning Court in order to allow it to continue […]

Permitted Development Rights: changes in the context of the Coronavirus pandemic

April 8, 2020
Planning Law solicitor, Michael Harman, discusses the government's introduction of permitted right Class DA. Following the introduction of the current […]

Keeping a planning permission alive during the Coronavirus crisis - time limits, S106 agreements and CIL payments

April 8, 2020
Planning Law solicitor, Sarah Cook, discusses issues pertaining planning permission including time limits, S106 agreements and CIL payments. Whilst the […]

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