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17 Sep 2018
In a recent case, a mother sued her son over a house and a flat.
If a person's husband, wife or civil partner dies leaving the survivor with dependent children, the WPA may be payable.
A recent employment case reminds us of the pitfalls for a prospective employer if they withdraw a job offer on the basis of a reference.