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Goods and services disputes Euro 2024: Fantasy football and navigating online betting

DAS Law answers some key questions on how you can check if a betting site is legitimate and your legal options if your online gambling retailer won’t pay out.

June 2024
General advice , Property disputes Everybody needs good neighbours. But what can be done if someone refuses to be neighbourly?

Sahib Ullah Raj, a legal adviser at DAS Law, delves into the common quarrels that can arise between neighbours and outlines the legal avenues available for resolution.

May 2024
Property disputes Don’t let your private hedge be a hazard to public footpaths

Charlotte Ellis at DAS Law explains how to stay on the right side of the law and avoid being a nuisance when it comes to your garden or driveway.

May 2024
Holiday disputes Make sure your car is safe when you use valet parking

Phoebe Callender has guidance on how you can avoid bad valet parking practices when you book your summer holiday.

May 2024
Property disputes Airbnb and holiday lettings: What to do with the staycation boom

Anthony Di Palma, a solicitor at DAS Law, answers the most important questions for existing Airbnb hosts and those thinking of renting out their properties.

May 2024
Holiday disputes Don’t get flushed away by sewage companies. Learn how to claim compensation.

Samantha Jenkins, Legal Adviser at DAS Law, explores the legal options available to swimmers and those that depend on marine environments for their livelihood.

May 2024
Wills and Probate , Family What you should know about power of attorney

There may come a time when you are unable to independently manage your affairs. Elvira Norton, Legal Adviser at DAS Law, explains and explores the abilities and limitations of the Power of Attorney.

March 2024
Wills and Probate Free Wills Month offers peace of mind and financial security

March has been designated Free Wills month; Chloe Jones, Legal Adviser at DAS Law, answers key questions about wills, such as when a will can be contested or changed.

March 2024
Goods and services disputes 4 ways to escape your gym contract in the new year

Gyms are prepared for a New Year’s resolution rush and every January, millions of people rush to sign expensive gym membership contracts. But how fair are these contracts and can you terminate them if your situation changes?

January 2024
Goods and services disputes Your consumer rights when it comes to smart meters

What rights do customers have with smart meter installation and claiming compensation if they have been overcharged?

December 2023
Goods and services disputes What Black Friday and Cyber Monday shoppers should know about their consumer rights

If you are waiting to see the myriad of deals that Black Friday and Cyber Monday will offer, you need to know your rights when it comes to buying online.

November 2023
Property disputes What to do if your neighbour’s Bonfire Night party causes a nuisance

Grace Dutton sheds light on the laws surrounding Bonfire Night and private firework displays.

November 2023
General advice , Property disputes How far you can legally go to stop someone from playing a trick on you this Halloween

Halloween is generally a ‘spooktacular’ time for all but a few bad apples can spoil the fun. So what can you do if someone chooses to play a trick and damages your property?

October 2023