GARDEN BONFIRES AND FIREWORKS

An interesting starting point with regard to this topic is that there is no general law which specifically bans or even restricts the lighting of bonfires in gardens. In theory at least you can have a bonfire at any time of the day, or come to that night, and if that was the whole story ...

SORT OUT YOUR WILL AND LPA

Putting things off is part and parcel of the human temperament. Most of us do it. I have yet to meet the man or woman who has not said “I’ve been meaning to get round to that for some time”. If it is something mundane like decorating or phoning an old friend, little harm comes ...

PROPERTY LAW: SOME ESSENTIALS

As we have now reached the end of 2017 I thought that I would just re-cap some of the topics that have cropped up throughout the year and these are set out below. The Government has also indicated its willingness to look again at the whole buying and selling process to see what improvements can ...

COASTAL ACCESS AND HOME SHARING

The Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009 seeks to fulfil the government’s vision of ‘rights to walk along the length of the English coast within a wildlife and landscape corridor’ and therefore provides for both a coastal trail, and rights for the public to walk over the coastal margin – the area (with some exceptions) ...

ATTENTION ALL DRIVERS

Our lives are littered with rules and regulations and bound up in red tape these days. Successive Governments tell us that they are to make our lives simpler by making straight forward legislation. They then proceed to do the absolute opposite by issuing new laws, rules and regulations, many of which are difficult if not ...
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