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What is an occupation order and who can apply?

The general aim of an occupation order is to regulate the occupation of the family home. Occupation orders are not only to exclude someone from the family home, they can also be used to: enforce the right to remain in occupation of the property, require permission to enter and remain in the property, regulate the […]

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Newsflash! The Supreme Court delivers Judgement in Owens vs. Owens: trapped in marriage?

Mrs Owens appealed against an order of the Court of Appeal of 24th March 2017 by which it dismissed her appeal against the dismissal of the petition for divorce. The Supreme Court heard the matter on 17th May 2018. Mrs Owens and Mr Owens married in 1978, they are aged 68 and 80 respectively. During […]

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What is Chancel Repair Liability?

As the name suggests, Chancel Repair Liability relates to churches and is essentially, the legal obligation imposed upon some property owners to contribute towards the cost of repairs to a nearby church. Chancel Repair Liability originates from the medieval times and more specifically, from one of the most prolific monarchs of all times, Henry VIII. […]

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