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Yes, private parking penalties can be enforced

Dundee case finds contract established on basis of signs

For the greater good

The profession should support those who attempt to improve the lot of the most vulnerable

Letter: business failures

Should the Society tighten its solvency criteria?

Letter: detention – unanswered questions

A defence lawyer's concerns at the lack of clarity over what should take place before and during an interview

Brexit and the legal order

Government recognition of the need to continue civil judicial cooperation with EU countries after Brexit is welcome, but how can it exclude the involvement of the CJEU?

Downsizing and the residence nil rate band

Further guidance from HMRC on qualifying for higher value

Trusts caught by new anti-money laundering rules

Requirement to register, with information on prescribed persons

Equal pension benefits for same-sex partners

Implications as Supreme Court annuls exemption from Equality Act

PoAs: reasons needed for expediting registration!

Granter being elderly or frail not enough for priority

Ironing out additional dwelling supplement

Anomalies where joint purchase replaces single ownership removed

A paralegal's tale

Janet Rieu-Clarke, the Law Society’s accredited paralegal, explains the path that led her to new role at the Society and the rationale behind the new accredited paralegal status.

A call to vote from John Scott

John Scott QC urges his fellow solicitor advocates to vote for their dedicated representative