Moss Solicitors LLP produces a wide variety of publications and legal updates throughout the year. These are designed to provide useful and interesting information on a range of legal topics as well as opinion from leading solicitors and experts in their respective fields.

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  • 2018 Newsletters - click to view

    Autumn Legal Review

    The Law Society Award Winners
    Court Of Appeal Gives Guidance On Time Limits
    Council Tax To Bite On Empty Property
    Fail To Comply With Court Orders And Prison May Await
    National Savings Interest Rates
    Staircase Tax Reforms On The Way
    Son's Casual Employment Proves Expensive For Dad
    High Street Store Will Invalid, Rules Court
    EU'd Better Get Ready

    Spring Legal Review

    Moss strengthens its team
    Powers of Attorney – court fee refund
    Onerous leasehold terms to be banned
    Insolvency Service pursues directors who transgress
    Cash ISAs
    'Gig Economy' – Pimlico Plumbers given leave to Appeal
    Family Court has High Court powers
    Setting up a company with friends or family?
    New National Minimum Wage rates

  • 2017 Newsletters - click to view

    Summer Legal Review

    Thinking of giving your home away?
    Power of Attorney fees fall
    Support Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland Air Ambulance
    Put it in writing!
    Supreme Court upholds reality principle in property valuation
    Charity director's misconduct made dismissal inevitable
    Mother denied child residence order
    Shared parental pay – ET upholds father's discrimination claim
    Tax advantages of marriage

  • 2016 Newsletters - click to view

    Winter Legal Review

    Uber drivers win first round of employment battle
    Failure to keep tenant informed means notice valid
    When is a loss not a loss
    Insolvency no bar to liability for support payments
    Concurrent delay plea failure ends Saga saga
    My home is my pension
    Will planning must be comprehensive
    Compensation-seeking job applicant unsuccessful
    New Minimum Wage rates

    Summer Legal Review

    New IHT relief on family residences
    Pension ISAs
    New lease, new compliance burden
    Patient's wishes determine care
    Improper disclosure of wealth in divorce proceedings
    New company control disclosure deadline looms
    Making a Will? Take legal advice to avoid family conflict
    Shared parental leave announcement
    Employment Law changes – April 2016

  • 2015 Newsletters - click to view

    Winter Legal Review

    Home ownership issues
    ACAS publishes new advice on recruitment and induction
    Landlords beware – new rules apply to assured shorthold tenancies entered into on or after 1 0ctober 2015
    Online assets 'in limbo' warning
    Unexpected inheritance means divorce settlement altered
    Kindly builder can keep £470,000 inheritance
    New Minimum Wage rates and tougher enforcement
    Need is the essential consideration in divorce settlement
    How do holiday and sick leave interact? Tribunal gives guidance

    Summer Legal Review

    Hard work not enough for share of home
    Company name changes
    Failure to assign lease leaves tenant liable
    Deluxe not distinctive
    Out-Of-Date Will leads to dispute with charity
    Lady of leisure lifestyle no longer an option, says Court of Appeal
    Government announces new national minimum wage rates
    Is your smoking policy up to date?
    Collective redundancy consultation and the meaning of 'Establishment'

  • 2014 Newsletters - click to view

    Autumn Legal Review

    Time to make your Will
    Restriction on good sold breaches competition law
    New Minimum Wage rates - a reminder
    Behaviour negates entitlement to sale proceeds
    Complex divorces to be made simpler?
    Failure to notice flaw does not defeat indemnity
    Time off to accompany a pregnant woman to ante-natal appointments
    Changes to directors' disqualification and company ownership disclosure rules on the way

    New Year Legal Review

    Moss lend a helping hand with their new 'Pay as You Go' Family Law Service
    Planning relaxations to help struggling traders
    Court rejects evidence delivered too late
    Conveyance rectified to give effect to mother's wishes
    Court steps in to remedy land registry blunder
    Natural father denied right to oppose adoption
    Restrictive employment covenants must be reasonable
    Tax saving advice compulsory, rules court