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The Do’s And Don’ts When Giving Witness Evidence

You may be asked at some point in your life to attend court to give evidence in respect of any kind of matter. Although you will be called in support of one particular side, you have a duty to tell the truth to the court, and so you cannot change your evidence in order to suit the party calling you. It can be a daunting prospect, but here are some do’s and don’ts to help prepare you for giving evidence.

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Do You Want To Evict Your Tenant?

Eviction is a 3-step process; giving notice, seeking possession from the court, and then enforcement. You must ensure that your notices are correct, otherwise when you seek a possession order from the court, it will be denied. There are two types of notices, a Section 8 Notice, and a Section 21 Notice. There are advantages to each, and it is important to seek legal advice as to which would be the most appropriate in your current situation.

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Litigants in Person: Do They Have the Upper Hand?

We often hear from commercial clients that when they are involved in a case where their opponent is a litigant in person that the Court almost bends over backwards to help the litigant in person, and sometimes they feel that they are at a disadvantage.

Whilst it is usually the case that the Court will take time to explain procedure to a litigant tin person, the case of Barton -v- Wright Hassall LLP [2018] UKSC 12 illustrates that the Court do not apply special rules for litigants in person.

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Clearing the Air on Commercial Disputes

Navigating your way through a commercial dispute can be time consuming and stressful. Disruption caused to your business and the impact on managerial time can be costly.
Commercial disputes are becoming increasingly commonplace, and therefore it is essential that businesses obtain strategic advice as soon as possible in any dispute so that they can minimise the impact on the business.

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How important is a signed contract?

Most businesses, regardless of whether or not a Human Resources (HR) department exists will ensure that new employees receive an employment contract or at the very least some form of statement setting out their terms and conditions. Unfortunately not all businesses or HR personnel are as diligent at ensuring that the employee returns a signed copy of the agreement. 

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