Covid19

Commercial Properties and Covid-19

Back in May we published an article on how Covid-19 is impacting commercial properties. A great deal has happened since then. In light of a possible second wave, commercial tenants face difficult questions once again. They also face the possibility of not being able...

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The ABC(DEF) of NHS Test and Trace

Earlier this week, the government announced that it will make systems for the collation of NHS Test and Trace data mandatory for hospitality businesses such as restaurants and pubs from next Friday (18th September). Although participation by the customer is still...

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The end of the eviction stay, what happens next?

At the start of lockdown, the Housing Secretary promised that no one would lose their home as a result of coronavirus. Unfortunately, with the Government’s moratorium on evictions ending this weekend, we face the reality that this may well be the case for thousands of...

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Cartridges Law pledges support for Age UK Exeter

Cartridges Law is pleased to announce that we will be supporting Age UK Exeter with a special fundraising initiative. We have been advocates of the charity over many years and see first-hand the vital work it does for older people. As with many organisations, Age UK...

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Visiting our offices and meeting with us

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5l3PrlXYYg&t=1s 04/08/2020 UPDATE: we are now asking clients to wear face coverings in the office in accordance with new government guidelines. If you are unable to wear a face covering please let us know. We are very happy to...

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A Litigator’s Lockdown Diary

A Litigator’s Lockdown Diary

6 weeks into the Covid-19 lockdown, and this is my first blog.  I have started several others, but one of the features of this strange time is that as soon as you have found a subject that might be interesting to write about, we are into another phase.  My...

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Coronavirus Support in Exeter, Devon and the SW

We are contacting local councils so you don't have to. We have asked local councils about the additional resources in place to provide coronavirus support across Exeter, Devon and the wider region, in areas such as housing, homelessness, support with groceries and...

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