3rd September 2018

Prohibited Steps Order- when breaches don’t always lead to action

Prohibited Steps Orders are often regarded as a protective means available to a parent who has concerns about another party involved with their child. Whether the issue be the removal of a child from the jurisdiction or simply an order preventing an individual from undertaking a certain act, perhaps naively, Prohibited Steps Orders are used Continue reading

Order for Sale: Purchase by a Co-Owner or Sale on the Open Market – Stuck Between a Rock House and a Hard Place

Many claims under the Trust of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 (“the Act”) seek an order for sale of the property in question, however it may be the case that the claimant does not want the property to be sold, but instead to retain it as a sole owner, effectively removing a co-owner Continue reading