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How non UK residents should buy or own residential property

United Kingdom - July 8 2015 How should non resident or non domiciled buyers of UK residential property own or hold residential property? Overseas buyers or owners of UK

Difficulties faced by Jewish and Muslim women when seeking a religious divorce

United Kingdom - July 6 2017 No less an imposing a setting than Court 1 of the Supreme Court was the venue for Anthony Gold’s Faith Seminar on 29 June 2017. The aim was to examine

How can a minority shareholder in a private company sell their shares for fair value?

United Kingdom - October 13 2015 Minority shareholders in small to medium sized companies (SMEs) need to take steps to ensure they have an exit route which enables them to sell their

Financial settlements after short marriages

United Kingdom - August 4 2015 When formulating financial settlements for divorce cases, the courts have wide discretion to redistribute income and assets in light of the

Observance of religious custom - interesting case before the Court of Protection

United Kingdom - July 10 2017 In the matter of IH (Observance of Muslim Practice) the Court of Protection considered two important issues stemming from the observance of an

An Islamic marriage in Pakistan that was not registered

United Kingdom - July 21 2017 This involved a ceremony in London and a later one in Pakistan. The parties, in this case, had initially undergone a

Bladder injuries resulting from medical negligence or an accident

United Kingdom - July 20 2017 Serious injuries to the bladder can have life-changing consequences. Claims for compensation may arise following an accident or through medical

Gladwin v Bogescu - the importance of complying with court directions

United Kingdom - July 19 2017 The recent case of Gladwin v Bogescu highlights the growing trend of the court to refuse to grant relief from sanctions where the legal

Will by WhatsApp: The Law Commission calls for modernisation of wills regime

United Kingdom - July 18 2017 The laws relating to the production of a valid will have remained unchanged since 1839. Under the present regime, a will needs to be written and

The NHS Apology To Injured Patients

United Kingdom - July 17 2017 I was recently sent the updated leaflet from the NHS Resolution (the legal section of the NHS) entitled “Saying Sorry”. This is the leaflet provided