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Covid-19: UK Update The coronavirus is an unprecedented worldwide catastrophe with vast and potentially devastating effects on all of us. It is a challenging time, and primarily we would like to express our sincere camaraderie with you and to all people suffering from the effects of the coronavirus, from which the expected consequences are unprecedented and unfortunately potentially dire for the foreseeable future. We understand the landscape is changing fast,
BREXIT: France reassures British expatriates With Brexit scheduled for 31st December 2020, LegalRoad considers the latest developments for UK nationals living in France and the effects of a potential no-deal outcome. France On the 17th January 2020, the French government announced legislation permitting it to make quick decisions by declaration. Where in the event of a no-deal Brexit it will ensure the lives of French and British citizens living in
BREXIT: What UK expatriates need to know about the Withdrawal Agreement The UK officially left the EU on 31 January 2020. The Brexit transition period is now underway and is set to run until 31 December 2020. During this time things should generally remain as is for expatriates living in the EU. However, time is moving on for UK expatriates to enable them to lock in protections for residence, healthcare
Covid-19: Landlord Harassment A free tenant letter to landlord Are you struggling to pay the rent due to the Coronavirus-19? Is your landlord harassing you for your rental arrears or attempting to evict you during this coronavirus period? If so we may be able to help you. Government Protection Of Renters During The Coronavirus Period The Coronavirus Act 2020 (the Act) was enacted on 25th March 2020, thereby providing a
Current and predicted immigration challenges for foreign nationals working and living in the UK in light of Brexit
Current and predicted immigration challenges for foreign nationals working and living in the UK in light of Brexit The “Brexit” referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union (EU) took place on 23 June 2016. The UK formally left the EU on 31 January 2020 and became a third country to the EU. On 1 February 2020, a transition period started which is due to end on 31 December 2020. Under the terms of the Brexit deal, freedom to
Post-Brexit. What is Happening with Commercial Contracts, the Creative Industries & IP The European Single Market is one of the EU’s greatest achievements. It has fuelled economic growth and made the everyday life of European businesses and consumers easier. Twenty seven (27) years has passed since the creation of the Single Market, which was originally (ironically) proposed by the British Government to its European Union (EU) equals. Therefore the extent
Legal Road is excited to announce that Mrs Joanna Ampratwum-Danquah has joined our portfolio of legal consultants
Legal Road is excited to announce that Mrs Joanna Ampratwum-Danquah has joined our portfolio of legal consultants Legal Road is excited to announce that Mrs Joanna Ampratwum-Danquah has joined our portfolio of legal consultants. Joanna is dual qualified being a Barrister & Solicitor in the Republic of Ghana since 2011 and a Solicitor of England and Wales. Joanna is a SRA authorised solicitor and has been consistent in her interest,
Legal Roads New Office In France LEGAL ROAD À LA FRENCH RIVIERA Legal Road is proud to announce the opening of our new branch office in Toulon based in the Côte d’Azur, France. Headed up by our Legal Services Director, Mr Ian Duncan, our bureau specialises in the legal management of UK and French property portfolios for our Anglo French clients based on the French Riviera from Cassis to St
Tax 2019 and all that! An inevitable consequence of living under a totalitarian tyranny, or, at the very least, the overwhelming force of “political correctness” is that the country is assailed by spiralling legislation from the Crown (the great majority of it, of course, instigated by our unelected masters in the Comintern/EU) in order to dictate and regulate one’s every action (and thought?). To such an extent and with such
Richmond brings more than 20 years experience working as a specialist property and landlord and tenant litigator / lease extensions practitioner. His participation in this sector includes housing management, possession claims and injunctions, neighbour and boundary disputes, insurance & dilapidations claims, enforcement.