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Look out for cyclists

Cyclists continue to be one of the most vulnerable road user groups, despite the recent high-profile conviction of a cyclist for riding into a pedestrian in east London, which resulted in the pedestrian’s death. 
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Landlords warned not to fall foul of new rules

Failing to declare a house is rented out to multiple occupants or to meet an improvement order are just two issues that will soon result in severe penalties for landlords, warns James Murray, Landlord and Tenant Law expert at Jones & Co Solicitors.
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Make your will properly to prevent legal disputes

With proposals to change the ways that people make their wills currently being discussed, taking steps to protect family members and other beneficiaries from future legal disputes is as important as ever, say Jones & Co Solicitors.
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More inspections for landlords?

It’s mandatory electrical inspections of all rental properties, rather than long term leases, that are most likely to affect private landlords following the Government’s recently published housing white paper.
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