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COVID-19 Bulletin - Law & Practice - 30.03.20

Monday 30 March 2020

Updates on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on law and practice.

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Caroline Goodwin QC, Chair of CBA, Monday Video Message - 30.03.20

“Later this week I hope to have some really positive announcements from The Crown Prosecution Service and ⁦the Legal Aid Agency⁩ about accelerated payments." "Special thanks to Jo Cecil, Gerwyn Wise and Emma Fenn" of Garden Court Chambers for their work supporting the CBA - Caroline Goodwin QC, Chair of CBA.

CBA Monday Message - 30.03.20

Updates on: Howard League Letter concerning children in the criminal courts in light of the coronavirus pandemic; Young Legal Aid Lawyers (YLAL) COVID-19 Survey; Free CBA CPD Courses; CBA Spring Conference - RASSO cancellation; CBA Annual Subscriptions; Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (ISS); Wellbeing – Book Giveaway; Useful Links.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance for Landlords and Tenants - Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government - 30.03.20

Non-statutory guidance for landlords and tenants in the private and social rented sectors on: 
1. Measures relating to notices seeking possession as amended by the Coronavirus Act 2020 
2. Court action on possession cases during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
3. Property access and health and safety obligations in the context of Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): landlord right to rent checks - Home Office - 30.03.20

Advice for landlords carrying out right to rent checks during the coronavirus pandemic.

HMCTS Update - Keeping court and tribunal buildings safe, secure and clean - 30.03.20

This page provides details about security, cleaning and social-distancing arrangements in court and tribunal buildings during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Chair of the Bar, Amanda Pinto QC, backs today's decision by The Crown Prosecution Service to adjust CPS fees in time of uncertainty - 30.03.20

The CPS announce that fee schemes will be temporarily adjusted to ensure payment for work performed, even where a normal invoice trigger point has not been reached. 

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