Civil partnerships could be available to all

A unique case is the first attempt in the British courts to make civil partnerships available to heterosexual couples.

Tribunal fees challenges

Since the introduction of Tribunal fees earlier this year, there have been various challenges and viewpoints.

Dilapidations predictions for 2015

As we look ahead to 2015, it has been predicted that dilapidation disputes are set to soar in the East Midlands.

Holiday pay claims limited to two years

The Government has announced that it will impose a cap of two years on claims for back pay

New scheme launched for first time buyers

The government has recently launched a consultation on a proposed new scheme for first time buyers purchasing newly built homes.

New arrangements for personal licence holders

The Government is aiming to remove the requirement for personal licence holders to renew their licence every 10 years through the Deregulation Bill, which is currently before Parliament.

Fraser Brown represent Greene King in appeal

This note has been prepared by David Lucas of Fraser Brown who has been the solicitor instructed by Greene King throughout this matter.

New price cap rules for payday lenders

The Consumer Credit (Cost Cap) Instrument 2014 (“the Instrument”) is set to come into force on 2 January 2015 (“the Effective Date”) having been approved by order of the Board of the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) on 6 November 2014.

Fraser Brown help personal licence holders score top marks

Fraser Brown licensing department runs monthly courses for the BIIAB Level 2 Award for personal licence holders. The one day course includes the training and exam to achieve the qualification.

Fraser Brown Christmas Charity toy appeal

Fraser Brown are collecting toys, games and clothing for local families this Christmas

Flat owners may gain new rights

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has carried out a study and found that many leaseholders of flats suffer from excessive charges or poor service by property managers and should be given new rights.

Music Licensing Reforms

From April 2015, pubs could be forced to limit the use or volume of microphones on open-mic nights and restrict access to dance floors.


02.Dec.2014 | Licensing

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