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Oct 2010

Prenuptial agreement upheld

The UK Supreme court has ruled that a pre-nuptial agreement is binding in the case of a German paper company heiress. Katrin Radmacher's ex-husband Nicolas Granatino went to the Supreme Court after appeal judges slashed his divorce settlement from more than £5m to £1m as a result of a prenuptial agreement between the parties.

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Oct 2010

Lessees and Enfranchisement

Recent Case law adds new interpretation of the meaning of “part of building”.

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10

Sep 2010

Data Protection - real teeth at last!

It is now 10 years since the Data Protection Act 1998 (the “Act”) came into force. The initial fanfare certainly made businesses take note (not least because of the need to register with the Commissioner) and take at least some steps to ensure compliance.

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Sep 2010

Property Downturn: how to cope

Everyone felt the impact of the first downturn in the Property world. We were told the pain would get worse before it could get better. It did.

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4

Aug 2010

Right to die ruling

Debbie Purdy, who has Multiple Sclerosis, has won her case in the House of Lords to have the law clarified on assisted suicide. This is in relation to circumstances where a friend or family would be prosecuted in assisting someone to die.

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