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Health and welfare and the Court of Protection

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We undertake work in relation to health and welfare in the Court of Protection sphere, which predominantly relates to challenges against Deprivation of Liberty Authorisation’s (DoLs), also known as s21a appeals.   What are DoLs? DoLs are utilised by Local Authorities when individuals lack capacity to make their own decisions about their care needs and … Continue reading Health and welfare and the Court of Protection

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Punch Robson retains prestigious Lexcel accreditation

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We are extremely proud to announce that Punch Robson has met Lexcel accreditation requirements for the seventh year running, with the best result the firm has achieved to date. Following a full reassessment against the Lexcel standard version 6.1 earlier this week, the firm received an immaculate clean bill of health – no non-compliances identified, … Continue reading Punch Robson retains prestigious Lexcel accreditation

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Stamp Duty Land Tax – Rishi’s reduced rates

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It will be welcome news for home owners and prospective buyers that Chancellor of the Exchequer has announced the Government is to stimulate the housing market. Rishi Sunak has introduced a temporary reduction in Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) for all residential properties purchased between July 8th, 2020 until March 31st, 2021 inclusive. If you … Continue reading Stamp Duty Land Tax – Rishi’s reduced rates

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At home shouldn’t mean at risk – Coping with domestic abuse throughout lockdown

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Dealing with Covid-19 and lockdown is perhaps enough to contend with for most, but what about those coping with being a victim of domestic abuse throughout lockdown? During lockdown, most people have been forced to spend prolonged periods of time in the home with our families, for our safety; a frightening prospect for men, women … Continue reading At home shouldn’t mean at risk – Coping with domestic abuse throughout lockdown

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An update to our business continuity planning in light of the coronavirus pandemic

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In the interests of the health of our employees and clients, we have taken the decision to operate a closed door policy at all of our offices with immediate effect. We continue to operate, and our teams are working hard to progress all ongoing matters including taking on additional new work in all areas we … Continue reading An update to our business continuity planning in light of the coronavirus pandemic

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Property news, Brexit and beyond

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Since December’s general election and the landslide Conservative victory, the news has been full of Brexit and its impact on the UK. However, that’s not the only change the Government is bringing in. Here, our Head Residential Property Katherine Eaton looks at the potential impact on the property market. The question on everyone’s lips right … Continue reading Property news, Brexit and beyond

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