After a client inherited her father’s home in Surrey, Tony Irving helped her to evict a squatter and fend off a claim from the local authority for expensive property improvements.
Facing a driving ban? 12 points on your driving licence? Advice on speeding offences from motoring offence specialist solicitors at Hancock Quins in Watford.
Settlement agreements are often used to short-cut dismissal procedures, but they need to be handled with care and take account of the new rules on national insurance contributions from April 2018, as Tony Irving, dispute resolution lawyer at Hancock Quins in Watford, Hertfordshire, explains
New rules on the procedure businesses must follow when trying to collect debts from individual customers could mean that you have to wait 90 days or more before you can issue court proceedings.
If you have noticed a mystery item on your bank statement, such as a phantom withdrawal, getting a response from your bank can sometimes be not only frustrating but can have serious consequences for your livelihood, business and personal relationship.
If you own property on mainland Europe, you need to make sure that your will includes appropriate provisions. Since August 2015 the EU Succession Regulation (EU 650/2012), also known as Brussels IV, has been in force. Although the UK did not sign up to the...
If the amount to be returned under a tenancy deposit is in dispute, the government-backed tenancy deposit scheme will protect the deposit until the issues are settled.
Ignorance of court rules is no excuse for non compliance, and can be costly. Decisions of the courts penalising those who fail to comply on time with procedural requirements, whatever the merits of the substantive dispute, continue unabated. The...