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GML News May 19th 2015 A Taste for the Law

Gerard Maye Legal hosted a Taster Day for Brighton University law students, to give second year students an opportunity to see what it is like to work in a solicitor’s office.

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Landlord and Tenant April 29th 2015 The (Deposit) Protection Racket

Since legislation was introduced over eight years ago to protect deposits paid by tenants to landlords, there has been considerable confusion about what landlords must do to comply with their responsibilities.

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Legal Industry News March 6th 2015 Justice Denied?

On the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, the government has made changes to court fees which have resulted in a dramatic increase in the amount claimants will have to pay to start court proceedings in England and Wales.

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GML News December 8th 2014 Eyes on the prize

This year was the third year of the Gerard Maye Legal Client Interviewing Competition, held at the University of Brighton. The competition was organised with the University of Brighton Law and Business School and is sponsored by the Law Society as a national event.

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Civil Litigation November 5th 2014 Why we still need ‘Elf ‘N Safety

Figures released by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) show that Britain continues to be one of the safest places to work in Europe, with fewer deaths and injuries in factories, shops and offices.

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Civil Litigation November 5th 2014 Greater Powers for Landlords to Deal with Anti-Social Behaviour

The Government has introduced new powers to help landlords evict tenants who commit serious offence or cause anti-social behaviour in their property. This measure, introduced in the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime & Policing Act 2014, now introduces a mandatory ground for possession of properties in these circumstances.

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