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25 Aug 2020
Organisations must take steps to ensure that staff can safely return to work.
Even if a couple have been together for many years, if they are not married or in a civil partnership, there are no automatic rights to property on death or the end of the relationship.
Part of the government's response to the Covid-19 situation has been to introduce the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, commonly referred to as the 'furlough' scheme.