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What are the Government’s new Coronavirus Act Regulations 2020

What are the Government’s new Coronavirus Act Regulations 2020 and what impact do they have on Notices seeking Possession served before 29 August 2020?

The Coronavirus Act 2020 has been amended by the Coronavirus Act 2020 (Residential Tenancies: Protection from Eviction) (Amendment)(England) Regulations 2020 (“the Regulations”). The Regulations, introduced by the Government on 29 August 2020, add further restrictions to the termination of residential tenancies in England.   Section 21 Notices for Assured Shorthold Tenancies (ASTs)   To issue …

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Cancelling Shares - Different Options for Private Companies

Cancelling Shares – Different Options for Private Companies

Can a Company cancel its own shares?   Following incorporation, private companies might find that as the business has grown and developed, they have a complex capitalisation structure in place involving various classes of shares, both equity and deferred, and employee incentives and loan instruments. A simple solution may be for the company to reorganise …

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Why should I be thinking about making a new Will if I am getting married or entering a civil partnership?

Should I also think about making a new Will if I am divorced or my civil partnership has dissolved?   When thinking of getting married or entering a civil partnership, alongside the hectic preparations and daydreaming about the honeymoon getaway that will follow, writing a Will would be the last thing on your mind. However, …

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Protection from Forfeiture: Coronavirus Act 2020 update

As the emergency legislation, following the outbreak of the coronavirus, has now become an Act of Parliament, Coronavirus Act 2020 (“the Act”), we have summarised how this applies to commercial tenancies and whether a landlord can forfeit a lease for the non-payment of rent. Although the new legislation provides protection, it does not grant any …

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