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Landlord not liable for council tax if tenancy ends early

A landlord is not liable to pay council tax if a fixed term tenancy ends early. The payment remains the responsibility of the tenant even if they are no longer resident.

Former Network Rail employee awarded £75,000 in equal pay case

A woman who used to work for Network Rail has been awarded £75,000 to settle an equal pay claim going back several years.

Mother loses appeal over her son living with his father

 A mother has lost her appeal against a court ruling that her son should live with his father.

How the law can help when loved ones lose mental capacity

  Medical advances and better health education mean people are enjoying longer and more active lives than ever before.

Workers entitled to breaks ‘even if they don’t request them’

Employers who make it difficult for workers to take a rest break may wish to review their practices following a ruling by the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

Woman sacked over raunchy emails awarded £25,000 compensation

A woman who was sacked for exchanging raunchy emails with a company supplier has been awarded £25,000 compensation.

Autumn Statement outlines measures to build more homes

The Autumn Statement by Chancellor Philip Hammond set out a series of measures to boost house building and provide more homes.

Developer unable to recover payments he failed to investigate

A developer has been told he cannot recover overpayments he made on a building project because he knew when he made them that they might be wrong but he failed to investigate.

Co-op group refunds record £14,000 to underpaid worker

Midcounties Co-op has refunded a record £14,000 in back pay to one of its workers who was underpaid for four years.

Landlord was entitled to withhold consent for underleases

A landlord was entitled to request bank references and to impose other conditions before allowing a tenant to assign three underleases of residential apartments.

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