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Civil Litigation

Protecting Yourself Against Claims Regarding Your Animals

Britain is a nation of dog lovers and lots of us have dogs. Lots of us also have horses and ponies. Insuring yourself to assist with paying for veterinary care is quite common but you need to think about your third party liability for your pet’s activities. The fact is animals can cause harm to

Do I need a cohabitation agreement?

A cohabitation agreement is an agreement made between partners who are not married yet share either the same property or substantive assets. The idea is to protect their own interests in the event that a breakup should occur. The general view is that cohabitation agreements are enforceable as long as they are entered into freely,

Landlords’ options for enforcing commercial tenants’ obligations

As the economic impact of the pandemic grows, many commercial landlords are struggling to collect rent and enforce their business tenants’ other lease obligations.  While the Government has acted to protect business occupiers by restricting landlords’ rights to take enforcement action, this has left some landlords struggling to meet their own financial obligations and keep

Katherine Flashman Kitson celebrating 25 years as a director of Parnalls

 This month I am celebrating 25 years of being a Director here at Parnalls Solicitors. It is tough times as you all know, so celebrating special events is even more important and for me there is every reason to. I joined Parnalls as a Director in January 1996. In some ways that sounds an age

Should I get a cohabitation agreement?

If you are or are thinking of cohabiting with another person, have you thought about the consequences of one of the parties leaving or the cohabiting relationship failing? Will the other person be able to make a claim on your property? Will you be able to get them out the property? When deciding whether or

Legal Time Limits – why so important?

Legal proceedings are littered with various time frames and deadlines which means that making sense of what and when something needs to be done can be stressful and difficult. The courts of England and Wales continually set deadlines throughout a case about what needs to be done and when. Falling foul of the rules and