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Introduction What is a third party debt order This article will discuss ” What is a third party debt order in detail ” Everyone faces financial troubles sometimes – it’s just a fact of life. And no matter what walk of life they are from, ensuring that they aren’t in debt and that they are[…]

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Introduction How To Reconnect With Long Lost Family This article will cover how to reconnect with long lost family. When you know a long-lost relative is lurking out there somewhere, it is only natural to wonder what it would be like to meet them. What is their personality like now? Are they like you? What[…]

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COVID-19 – CONTINUITY OF SERVICES ✔ All Systems Operational   Find UK People® have taken steps over the last 7 days to address the continuity of service for our clients and we feel this is important to update you on, given the exceptional circumstances. Our team have implemented a back-up cloud based remote working system that[…]

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Landlords responsibilities in the UK – Introduction Around 2,594,720 landlords are operating in the UK right now, leasing as many as 5.45 million homes. Those are impressive figures, and they only look set to increase as house prices continue to soar, and tenants are left with little choice but to spend their lives in the[…]

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Court Orders & Enforcement in the U.K. This article covers Court Orders & Enforcement in the U.K. – please note this is only guidance, the article only covers some areas of enforcement and is not a comprehensive list of all enforcement methods in the UK and does not constitute legal advice. We always recommend you seek[…]

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    Introduction How to trace your family tree We tend to have a pretty short-term view of our family lineage. We may be interested in the lives of our grandparents, and perhaps our great-grandparents, but after that don’t tend to know too much. And you can understand why: with each passing generation, the link[…]

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Introduction Tenancy deposit scheme in the UK   This article covers the Tenancy deposit scheme in the UK. When it comes to renting a property, a tenant does not naturally have the same kind of security that a homeowner might do. Everyone has the right to a feeling of security, and to have a roof over their[…]

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Landlords and tenants, what is expected in 2020? This blog article covers Landlords and tenants, what is expected in 2020? With every year that comes, there are new trends, regulations, and such like to anticipate and prepare for, and this is certainly the case in the letting sector. With that being said, below, take a[…]

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