The Prime Minister has announced fresh plans to overhaul domestic violence laws.
A worrying new study highlights the extent to which late payments are negatively affecting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and their owners.
One of Britain’s most senior Judges has reiterated his support for no-fault divorce.
A new law expected to be enacted soon after the General Election will enable any person with a ‘sufficient interest’ in a missing person’s property to apply to a Court for a ‘guardianship order’ over that person’s affairs.
More than £102 billion has been invested in UK start-ups by large corporations in the last four years, a report has revealed.
Following a long-running legal battle, a UK couple have won their case to keep an ‘unauthorised dwelling’ that was originally built on their land without planning permission. Mr Nicholas Horton and his partner, North Warwickshire, built the property in an
As many as 61,700 mortgages were approved in March, as lending to home buyers jumped by 27 per cent month-on-month, a new study reveals. Data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) suggests that first-time buyers were granted 30 per
A man embroiled in a decade-long child custody dispute has urged the family court to publish the details of his case in a drive to improve transparency.
A husband who lied to a family court judge to progress his divorce faces a jail sentence for perjury, it has been reported. Following a hearing at Harrow Crown Court, Moshe Charazi pleaded guilty to two counts of perjury, but
The Conservative Party’s 2017 Manifesto contains proposals to scrap the so-called Dilnot report if the Party is re-elected on 8 June – meaning that, for the first time, the value of a person’s residential property would be included in the