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Letting fee changes

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Gig Economy - Rights for workers.

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Affordable Homes Scheme and Shared Ownership Scheme

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Snooper`s law

Snooper's law receives Royal Assent.
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The Divorce Process

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UK to simplify immigration rules

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Housing Market broken

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Cyber Crime.

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Commercial rent arrears recovery

Guide to the new law replacing Landlord's Distress - commercial rent arrears recovery..

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