The Section 26 Notice and what this means for commercial landlords and tenants

Here we look at the tenant’s section 26 request for a new lease. Before reading on, it is worth checking to make sure that your lease is not excluded from this applying, and that your lease is a tenancy as defined by the 1954 Act (the “Act”). Landlords often exclude leases so that tenants don’t have as much protection. We’ll look at tenancies a little later.   The Section 26 request As long as the tenancy does not exclude the Act, is not…

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How firms can better support neurodiverse employees in the workplace and during recruitment processes

Neurodivergent lawyers have a number of unique strengths, abilities and perspectives that can benefit any employer and workplace. Attention to detail, hyper focus, problem solving, creativity, spontaneity, determination, high-work ethic and identifying where the employer can autonomise or make services more efficient are just some of the abilities that can add a great deal of value to a firm. It, therefore, makes sense that firms would want to employ neurodivergent talent at all levels and benefit from these unique abilities.…

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Tiger Law Supporting DIDA Sports Organisation

Tiger Law is proud to have teamed up with DIDA Sports Organisation. DIDA is a community interest company (CIC) based between London and Budaka District in the region of Eastern Uganda. DIDA (Develop, Inspire, Discipline, Achieve) is an initiative whose goal is to holistically develop Ugandan, and eventually East African youth from the young ages of 6 years all the way to 18 years and beyond through facilitating the development of sports training facilities. Tiger Law are also passionate about female empowerment…

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The Inspirational Women in Law Awards

Following her nomination as Solicitor of the Year, our Founder and Principal, Vanessa, made it to the finalist stage for the Champion of the Year category.  The Inspirational Women in Law Awards by  First 100 Years “seek to identify and celebrate the trailblazers from across the legal profession who are making it a more diverse and equal place”.⠀ Congratulations Vanessa!

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What Happens if You Die Without Making a Will?

What Happens if You Die Without Making a Will? If you are married or in a civil partnership… If you die without making a will, the Government decides who will inherit your assets. Very strict legal rules (known as the intestacy rules) come into effect. These rules set out how your estate will be distributed. For example, if you die leaving your spouse or civil partner, based on those strict rules, they will not automatically receive your assets. They will…

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