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Proposed scheme could see tenants transfer deposits between properties

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Ministers are considering a scheme that could allow tenants to transfer rental deposits directly between landlords.

Alice Sanderson, June 27, 2019

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Personal Injury

Majority of drivers do not stick to 20mph limit, research finds

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A study by the Department for Transport has found that 87% of drivers do not stick to the speed limit in 20mph zones.

Alice Sanderson, June 27, 2019

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Business Law

Adidas logo not of ‘distinctive character’ rules EU court

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In a blow for Adidas, their an EU court has ruled that their three stripes logo, which was first registered on a football boot in 1949 is not distinctive enough to be registered as a trademark.

Alice Sanderson, June 24, 2019

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Hints, Tips & Research

Property solicitors: What is their role in your big home move?

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Property solicitors play a vital part in helping you move home, whether you’re buying or selling. That's why it's important to choose the right ones.

Carrie Tennick, June 11, 2019

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Medical Negligence

Cervical Cancer Screening Week begins

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Cervical Cancer Screening Week has kicked off. Intended to encourage women to get screened for the disease, the campaign is highlighting the importance of getting tested.

Carrie Tennick, June 10, 2019

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Bike Week kicks off, encouraging cycling across the UK

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Bike Week kicks off again on 8 June 2019, aiming to get more people on their bikes. Hundreds of events will take place across the country - the perfect opportunity for everyone to get involved.

Carrie Tennick, June 07, 2019

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Personal Law

Court of Protection: What is it?

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The UK’s Court of Protection exists to make decisions on financial or welfare matters for people who are unable to do so as they lack the mental capacity.

Carrie Tennick, June 04, 2019

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Personal Law

Tenant Fees Act comes into force

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The Tenant Fees Act has come into force. It means most letting fees are now banned within the private rented sector in England.

Carrie Tennick, June 03, 2019

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Personal Injury

Drivers could be directed by temperature of steering wheel

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Technology currently being tested by Jaguar Land Rover could see steering wheels that heat up or cool down to help drivers turn left or right when visibility is poor.

Alice Sanderson, May 30, 2019

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