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National Crime Agency

On the day the NCA was launched, Mrs May also revealed the government’s serious and organised crime strategy, which includes plans to ensure criminal assets cannot be hidden by spouses, that assets are frozen earlier and that prison sentences are increased for criminals who fail to pay confiscation orders.

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RIP Nelson Mandela

World leaders are preparing to gather in South Africa for Nelson Mandela’s memorial on Tuesday. South Africa’s parliament is to meet to pay tribute to

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Making a Will is very thoughtful forward planning, to care for those we love when we are no longer here. But what about you, whilst you are still here? There are a number of reasons why you might need someone to make decisions for you, or act on your behalf. This could just be temporary, for example, if you are in hospital and need help with everyday things such as making sure that bills are paid. Or you

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Wills made out in contemplation of suicide

A recent, tragic case concerned an 87 year old lady who changed her Will nine days before committing suicide, following the death of her husband. Lucie Rose had originally planned to leave her estate to her two sisters but, after her husband died, she made a new Will that left her late husband’s car and their £250,000 bungalow to her GP’s daughter.

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The new commercial rent arrears recovery (CRAR)

The new commercial rent arrears recovery (CRAR) procedure is due to come into force on 6 April 2014 , replacing the 800-year-old common law ‘remedy of distress’, through which Landlords can recover rent arrears from their tenants by instructing bailiffs to seize their goods and sell them without going to court or giving the tenant in question any advance notice.

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Mix up of Mirror Wills

The Supreme Court has ruled that a mix-up in signatures on mirror Wills should not be allowed to disinherit a couple’s intended heir. Disputed Wills would be interpreted using the same rules as those applicable to the interpretation of contracts,

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