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Over the last few years there has been an increase in the legislation requirements that landlords have to comply with when entering in to assured shorthold tenancy agreements (AST's). Landlords are mostly aware that since 2006, where a deposit is taken in connection with an AST the landlord is obliged to protect the deposit in a Government appro ...
The Women in Torbay will be meeting again on 28th February at The Grand Hotel for a motivational Networking workshop, a 'Celebration of Brand You'.
The popular networking group, affectionately known as “WIT” (Women in Torbay) was established in Spring 2016, and has proved very popular in the Bay. Run by Boyce Hatton solicitors, it ...
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