Email communications could be classed as a legally binding agreement following a landmark legal case centred on land law.
According to the latest research from The Sunday Times, newlyweds are enjoying longer marriages than those in the Victorian age.
A pensioner who was left out of his father’s £2.4 million fortune because he was an ‘unwanted war baby’ has won his High Court fight for a piece of the family fortune.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) has ruled that Premier League side Chelsea can start making new signings in January following the club’s appeal against their two-window transfer ban.
A legal dispute between an aristocrat and his estranged wife will be heard at the Supreme Court, over whether her maintenance payments should be determined in an English or Scottish court.
According to the latest research, 44 per cent of employees with mental health conditions are not aware that their condition could be classed as a disability and are missing out on legal protections in the workplace.
The shareholders of troubled trucking group Eddie Stobart face a critical shareholders meeting where they are set to vote on a controversial corporate finance package.
As a commercial landlord, you may have different priorities when letting a property, but the focus will always be on ensuring the long-term security of your investment.
A recent review conducted by the Office for Tax Simplification (OTS) has suggested recommendations for the Government to introduce a modern digital system for inheritance tax (IHT).
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