HMO landlord fined for ‘overcrowded’ property

A UK landlord who reportedly ‘crammed’ 23 people into a small house with room for just six occupants has been fined £7,500.

Campaign group publish guidelines to ‘dignified’ reporting of domestic violence

A campaign group has created a set of media guidelines in a bid to limit the damage to victims and their families that undignified reports of domestic violence can cause.

First-time buyer mortgage approvals up in September

New data published by e.surv in recent days reveals that there was an increase in the number of first-time buyers and small deposit borrowers securing a mortgage last month.

Chancellor urged to consider ‘simplifying’ Inheritance Tax rules ahead of Budget

Chancellor Philip Hammond is facing fresh calls to consider Inheritance Tax (IHT) reforms ahead of the Autumn Budget on Monday 29 October.

Wife risks losing millions in property after legality of funds was questioned

The wife of a foreign banker risks losing millions of pounds in property unless she can explain how her fortune was made, a new report reveals.

Adrian Mutu loses latest appeal against damages for breach of contract

Former Chelsea striker Adrian Mutu has had his appeal over having to pay £15.3 million in damages to the club turned down by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).

Major review uncovers workplace discrimination and harassment at Save the Children

A major review has found that more than a quarter (28 per cent) of people working for prominent charity Save the Children have encountered discrimination or harassment at work.

Demand strong for UK commercial property

Demand for UK commercial property remains strong despite the political and other challenges the market appears to be facing in the months ahead.

More than half of UK parents do not have a Will, study reveals

A new study suggests that more than half (56 per cent) of UK parents do not have a Will. This means that in the event of an unexpected death, their children could potentially be left without legal guardianship.

FIA facing legal battle over Formula E trademark

After a long drawn out legal battle, a controversial case involving the ABB FIA Formula E championship has been lodged at the European Court of Justice.