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Entering the UK as family members of EU nationals and British citizens

Under the current immigration rules, EEA nationals and British citizens have to rely on different sets of rules to have third-country national family members join them permanently in the UK. Arguably, it is easier to enter the UK as a family member of an EEA national than as a family member of a UK national. Almost any relative can enter under the EU rules but not under the UK rules.

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Greece Matters

Spending time this summer in a village by the sea in northern Greece (great weather), my eye has been caught by a number of matters...

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What is a wayleave agreement?

In a lease situation, a wayleave agreement authorises a Tenant’s internet provider to install their equipment in and through the Landlord’s building.

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Tenant’s fixtures – are they considered chattels or part of the land?

It is important for Tenants of a commercial lease to understand who will own any items they install in the premises, and their obligations in respect of such items on the termination of their lease. This is particularly important with industrial leases and items of significant value. What can a Tenant do to protect their assets?

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Employer’s Guide to Right to Work Checks – a tougher criminal offence for employers

From 12 July 2016 there is a tougher offence of illegal working and a tougher criminal offence of employing an illegal worker.....

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