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When joint landlords separate: serving notice on a tenant

When joint landlords separate: serving notice on a tenant

Posted on December 09, 2019, by Hayley Gaffney

When two property owners are joint landlords, how can they regain possession of the property when they separate? Litigation Executive…

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Civil partnerships are now open to all

Civil partnerships are now open to all

Posted on December 06, 2019, by Machaela O'Brien

Machaela O’Brien, Family Executive at Coodes Solicitors, welcomes the introduction of civil partnerships to mixed sex couples, giving them the…

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Abi Lutey- First Hundred Years

First Hundred Years: Abi Lutey

Posted on December 06, 2019, by Abi Lutey

The First Hundred Years project celebrates the centenary of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act, which paved the way for women…

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Claiming compensation after losing a loved one in an accident

Claiming compensation after losing a loved one in an accident

Posted on December 05, 2019, by Catherine Hyde

If you lose a loved one in an accident, claiming compensation is likely to be the last thing on your…

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Should domestic abuse victims be given paid leave?

Should domestic abuse victims be given paid leave?

Posted on December 03, 2019, by Sarah Evans

Sarah Evans, Partner in Coodes Solicitors’ Family team, comments on growing support for employers to provide paid leave to those…

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First Hundred Years: Mary Wright

Posted on November 29, 2019, by Mary Wright

The year 2019 marks the centenary of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, which paved the way for women to…

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Making a complaint to a hospital

Unhappy about a relative’s treatment in hospital? How to make a complaint

Posted on November 29, 2019, by Sharon Parsons

If you are unhappy about a relative’s treatment in hospital, can you make a complaint to a hospital or GP…

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First Hundred Years: Helen Willett

Posted on November 15, 2019, by Helen Willett

The First Hundred Years project celebrates the past to shape the future for women in law. The year 2019 marks…

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Boundary disputes: good fences make good neighbours

Boundary disputes: good fences make good neighbours

Posted on November 08, 2019, by Ben Sidgwick

Boundary disputes can lead to lengthy and expensive feuds between neighbouring owners. Ben Sidgwick, Associate in Coodes Solicitors’ Personal Disputes…

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injured in a hit and run

Injured in a hit and run: can I claim compensation?

Posted on November 08, 2019, by Bob Beard

Bob Beard, Personal Injury specialist at Coodes Solicitors, outlines your options if you are injured in a hit and run…

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