Is £400m enough? Andrew Lancaster

The government announced on 16 May that it will provide a fund of £400m to cover the costs of removal and replacement of cladding to high rise residential blocks which have failed tests.

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What's mine is (not) yours! Elisabeth Howe

A big fear for some people facing divorce and the inevitable carving up of the matrimonial assets. They seek assurances that such assets will be “ring-fenced” and retained for them.

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How to avoid the PET trap Laura Banks

When an individual is thinking about making a gift to another individual, consideration needs to be given to the Potentially Exempt Transfer (PET) trap.

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Fictitious divorces Elizabeth Wyatt

Arising from the recent Family Division announcement, people who think they are legally divorced may in fact still be married.

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Legal Update – the slow death of LIBOR and its proposed replacement Louise Mookerjee

On 27 July 2017, the Financial Conduct Authority (the “FCA”), announced that by the end of 2021, the FCA will not use its legal powers to compel or persuade banks to submit to LIBOR as they are not comfortable in doing so where there are only a few eligible term borrowing transactions by large banks.

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