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Devonshires boost construction and engineering practice with new partner hire
A solicitor who previously worked at law firm Devonshires has returned to the firm as a partner to strengthen its growing construction and engineering practice.
Devonshires Celebrates: 100 Years of Women in Law with the First 100 Years Project
Donna McCarthy, Partner, discusses our recent 100 Years of Women in Law event with the First 100 Years Project.
Prince succeeds in claiming £35m left for safekeeping in UK bank since 1948
The High Court has today ruled that the grandsons of the last Nizam of Hyderabad, rather than the Government of Pakistan, are entitled to £35m that has accrued in a NatWest bank account since 1948.
Devonshires further expands Real Estate and Projects team
Devonshires appoints development and regeneration specialist, Hannah Langford, to their growing Real Estate and Projects team.
Devonshires advise Moat on £100m bond tap issue
Devonshires are delighted to have acted for Moat on its £100m bond tap issue.
Consumer Credit Update: Are you carrying out regulated broking activities?
On 23 July 2019 new regulations came into force amending the Regulated Activities Order, which broadens the scope of exemptions available for consumer credit related activities carried out by Housing Associations.
Insurance expert joins Devonshires team
Devonshires expands Litigation & Dispute Resolution team with hire of recognised insurance practitioner, Stephen Netherway.
Devonshires Annual Charity Cheque Presentation
On 11 April, Devonshires held its annual charity cheque presentation, recognising the amazing work and achievements that our three partner charities do.
Devonshires grows partnership with in-house promotions
We are delighted to announce we have promoted solicitors Aruna Sarwar, Michelle Mullen and Nikki Bowker to partner, increasing our number of partners to 36.
Are you ready? The MHCLG issues non statutory guidance on the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018
The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 will come into force on the 20 March 2019.
Right to Rent scheme causes discrimination and deemed incompatible with European Convention on Human Rights
The Right to Rent Scheme requires private landlords and registered providers to check the immigration status of tenants and potential tenants.
Changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax Returns Submission Deadlines
Changes to submitting Stamp Duty Land Tax Returns to HMRC.