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20 Dec 2013
Seasons Greetings from asb law
Seasons greetings from all at asb law...
18 Dec 2013
Good news for residential landlords seeking possession
In a recent case, Spencer v Taylor  EWCA Civ 1600, the Court of Appeal has resolved the previous uncertainty as to which type of section 21 notice (under the Housing Act 1988) should be served once a fixed term assured shorthold tenancy has expired and the tenant remains in occupation on a statutory periodic tenancy....
29 Nov 2013
Corporate Finance team at asb law has an exceptional 2013
The Corporate Finance Team at asb law has had an exceptional 2013, building on its strong performance in 2012 including winning the Insider Dealmakers Corporate Law Firm of the Year Award....
21 Nov 2013
Why professional deputies need to be appointed in Court of Protection matters
A recent case highlights the dangers of managing a substantial living allowance on behalf of a vulnerable person without appropriate advice or knowledge....
14 Nov 2013
TUPE changes - draft legislation published by the government
The government has published draft legislation that will make changes to the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (TUPE) Regulations in January 2014....
16 Oct 2013
Relative granted power of attorney stole £471,000 from 88 year old in care home
Julia Patterson took money from her relative after being granted power of attorney over her bank accounts. The shopaholic from Sheffield spent it on designer clothes....
11 Oct 2013
Zero hours employment contracts - the future
Zero Hours Contracts - exploitation or flexible labour resource or just simple economic reality?...
3 Oct 2013
Heart of Kent Hospice highlights the importance of writing a will
We are supporting the Heart of Kent Hospice with 'Make a Will week' starting on Monday 14th October....
2 Oct 2013
A not so traumatic event for Headway Hurstwood Park
asb aspire's Katie Russell was delighted recently to have an opportunity to present a cheque to Michele Fleming, Chief Executive of Headway Hurstwood Park for the sum of £672....
1 Oct 2013
Legal battle starts over Jimmy Hill's assets as it's revealed he's suffering from dementia
Jimmy Hill, the former footballer and TV presenter is now living in a care home after being diagnosed with dementia in 2008, his condition only came to light recently as a legal battle started over his assets....