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First Time Buyer Legal Guide - Part 4

First Time Buyer Legal Guide - Part 4

by Ian Creighton   FOUR TIPS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN BUYING A HOUSE   1. Viewing a property Some purchasers are surprised to find just how empty the house they have bought is... Read more

No-fault divorce option moves closer for England and Wales

By Lenore Rice David Gauke, the Justice Secretary, has pledged an end to “unnecessary mudslinging” in the divorce process as he introduced the new Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill to the... Read more

Number of employees taking claims to employment tribunals doubles

By Gary Adair New quarterly statistics published by the Ministry of Justice have revealed that the number of claims to Employment Tribunals in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK... Read more

PPS taking longer to decide on Crown Court proceedings

  By Daren Johnston New statistics have revealed that there has been a marked increase in the amount of time taken by the Public Prosecution Service (PPS) to decide whether or not... Read more

MP warns over 125 yr leases on ex-Housing Executive properties

Gregory Campbell, a DUP MP for East Londonderry, has warned that over 4,000 homeowners in Northern Ireland may have difficulty trying to resell their homes, due to having purchased their... Read more

Northern Ireland house prices rose in May

By Ian Creighton A survey has revealed that house prices in Northern Ireland rose during the month of May, but political uncertainty is dampening confidence in the short term. The report,... Read more

Are you considering thinking about maybe writing a Will?

By Lenore Rice Writing a Will can give peace of mind to you and those closest to you if unthinkable should happen. While no one wants to prepare for death or future... Read more

First Time Buyer Legal Guide - Part 3

By Ian Creighton   Getting financial assistance from a family member? It is very common for parents and other family members to help out with a property purchase, but there are a few... Read more

Employers under increased pressure to reform zero-hour worker contracts

By Gary Adair  Employers in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK are under increasing pressure to improve working conditions for workers on zero-hour contracts. The new Living Hours programme... Read more

Northern Ireland hotspots for road accidents involving pedestrians

By Gary Adair New figures have revealed that nearly 900 pedestrians were killed or injured in road traffic accidents on Northern Ireland’s roads over a period spanning five years. The report... Read more