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Residential Tenancies and Eviction Proceedings

In this blog we explore the key aspects of a residential tenancy agreement (“RTA”), the statutory protections they provide, how they can come to an end, how they can be breached and what can be done to remedy those breaches.

April 29, 2021 Read more

BCR Law Explains… Terminating a Residential Tenancy Agreement

How can you terminate a Residential Tenancy Agreement? In this three part blog series for ‘BCR Law Explains…’, we explore the key aspects of a residential tenancy agreement (‘RTA’), the...

April 21, 2021 Read more

BCR Law Explains… Residential Tenancy Agreements

A large number of Islanders turn to the rental market to meet their housing needs. Many other Islanders have bought residential properties as investments and look to let those properties...

April 14, 2021 Read more

Clameur de Haro explained

There has been much comment in the press about the Clameur de Haro, since it was recently invoked in a case that went before the Royal Court. But what is...

March 11, 2021 Read more

Health and Safety

There is no doubt that the number of health and safety prosecutions is on the rise. The year of 2019 saw the highest number of health and safety prosecutions on...

February 16, 2021 Read more

Options for Funding Litigation in Jersey

Access to Justice There is no escaping the fact that litigation is expensive. There has been much debate in Jersey in recent years about access to justice, both in the...

February 08, 2021 Read more

Don’t just delete it!

The recent judgment of Huda v. Minister for Health and Social Services [2021] JRC 007 once again highlights the obligation on a party to litigation to preserve all documents that...

January 26, 2021 Read more

Business Interruption Insurance – Relief for Businesses?

On 15th January 2021 the UK Supreme Court handed down its decision in respect of a number of related appeals concerning issues of principle on the interpretation of business interruption...

January 18, 2021 Read more
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