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Following a Court of Appeal decision in October 2016 (Cardiff County Council v Lee), a landlord seeking to enforce a suspended possession order, as a result of breaches of that order by the tenant, must apply to court for permission before the warrant of possession can be issued.
We have heard this morning that President Donald Trump is not expected to certify Iran’s compliance of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) between Iran and the P5+1 countries.
A paediatric haematologist is serving a lengthy jail sentence for sexually abusing children in his care as young as eight.
When enacted, secondary legislation published on 13 September 2017 will permit charitable companies and Community Interest Companies (CICs) to convert into Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs) more easily.
Devonshires are delighted to have advised Notting Hill Housing Trust (Notting Hill) on its £400 million bond issue.
Devonshires has promoted Kirsty Thompson to a partner in the firm’s employment and pensions team.
Devonshires has won two awards in The Lex 100’s annual trainee solicitor survey for the following categories: ‘How stressful do you find your job?’ and ‘How would you rate the work/life balance at your firm?’
The Homelessness Reduction Act 2017 (“the Act”) received Royal Assent in April this year.
This is achieved by establishing a non-vat grouped, wholly controlled subsidiary company to act as a design and build company (D&B Co).