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Category: Litigation

Coronavirus update for residential landlords – phased approach


From 1st June 2021, the Coronavirus Act 2020 Notice Regulations will reduce the required notice periods for most residential possession notices in ...

James CrossPartner and Head of Litigation

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Prempeh v Lakhany 2020: Section 8 Notice Validity


Landlords; will failing to include your name and address on a section 8 notice render it invalid? This question was considered by ...

Rhoda HoneySolicitor

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Government Extends Protection for Commercial Tenants During Covid-19


The Coronavirus Act 2020 (“the Act”) came into force on 25th March 2020. This included protection for commercial tenants, and this has ...

James CrossPartner and Head of Litigation

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Diary of a Civil Litigator during Lockdown


David Turner a Partner in Kitsons Dispute Resolution & Litigation team, talks about his experience as a Civil Litigator during Lockdown. David ...

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Business Interruption Policies & COVID-19: Update


Following on from our article on business interruption insurance in April 2020, there has been a significant development in the clarification of ...

Katy SandelAssociate

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Kitsons Win Court Of Appeal Rule On Fencing Easement Case


Kitsons property litigation team led by Partner James Cross have been successful in acting for a Golf Club in a case which ...

James CrossPartner and Head of Litigation

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COVID-19 (coronavirus) and the impact on Contract Law


As the virus develops and more announcements are made relating to the protective measures and restrictions to help manage the spread of ...

Lauren BaberSolicitor

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Kitsons impress in Legal 500 rankings


Leading Devon law firm Kitsons has been recognised in the latest edition of The Legal 500 – the prestigious guide to the ...

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Business interruption insurance – am I covered for closing due to COVID -19?


As COVID-19 continues to prevent businesses from trading and shuts down entire sectors, more and more businesses are finding that they are ...

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Residential Possession Proceedings in the UK During the coronavirus


Gaining possession of residential property through the Court proceedings remains suspended in the UK during the coronavirus crisis. This was effective from ...

Rhoda HoneySolicitor

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