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Property disputes , General advice What to do if a car blocks your driveway

What action can you take if someone parks outside your home and goes on holiday?

June 2018
Goods & services disputes , General advice How to deal with ticket touts

Recently the Advertising Standards Authority took action against four of the main secondary ticketing websites after finding that they were not transparent with consumers about additional fees and charges.

June 2018
Goods & services disputes , General advice How can I fight a parking ticket?

There are a number of important differences between parking tickets from the local council and those enforced by private companies. DAS Law has the lowdown on parking tickets and tells you how to pursue a dispute and avoid paying penalty charges.

May 2018
Growing your business , Protecting your business , Setting up a business Sole traders - legal requirements for setting up and trading

Sole traders can take on more risk than other business structures, but with the promise of greater reward.

May 2018
General advice Your precious pooch could land you in the pound

What if your dog isn’t as well behaved as the show dogs? Can man’s best friend get you in trouble with the law? Sarah Garner, solicitor from DAS Law, tells you what you need to know.

March 2018
Goods & services disputes Cancellation: “Hi, Domino’s? Yeah, I’ve changed my mind, keep it.”

Can we cancel when buyer’s remorse occurs? The answer is often yes, but it can turn on some surprisingly arbitrary points.

March 2018
Family disputes , General advice If your engagement doesn't have a happy ending, who gets the ring?

If your fiancée unexpectedly breaks off the engagement, who gets to keep the engagement ring?

February 2018
Employment disputes Your rights if it's too cold in the workplace

Travelling to and from work in low temperatures is an unfortunate necessity, but what are your rights if your workplace itself is too cold for comfort?

April 2018
Employee disputes Suspension: a neutral act?

A decision in a recent case determined that suspension was not a ‘neutral act’ and can amount to a breach of trust and confidence.

January 2018
Goods & services disputes , General advice How to escape your gym contract in the new year

What are a gym member’s rights to terminate their contract?

January 2018
Family disputes New right to paid leave for bereaved parents: A welcome move

Kimberly Manning from DAS Law talks about employment implications of the proposed Parental Leave (Pay and Leave) Bill.

November 2018
Property disputes The Property Boundaries Bill: Drawing a line under it

The Property Boundaries (Resolution of Disputes) Bill is currently awaiting its second reading in the House of Lords. So is this the end of the court’s involvement in boundary disputes?

November 2017
Property disputes My neighbours' bonfire night party is causing a nuisance, what can I do?

Who is responsible if someone gets hit by a firework at a party? Are there restrictions on when you can have a bonfire? We set out some essentials you need to know.

November 2017