May Farillio Personal Newsletter

May Farillio Personal Newsletter

Friday 27 May 22


Welcome to our latest newsletter, bringing lots of new updates and information from Farillio, including:

  • New features: This month sees the launch of no less than SIX new calculators as part of our collaboration with the government’s Money and Pensions Service. Find out more on these below.

  • Updated content: this month sees updates to our residential landlord and tenant materials:

    • Over the next few weeks, There will be a new (replacement) assured shorthold tenancy agreement for landlords with English-based properties; and,
    • if you’re in renting in Wales, there’s a new guide on how to prepare for some substantial changes to the Welsh landlord and tenant laws, which come into force 15 July 2022.
  • New content: This month’s new content includes:

    • A new workflow tool/Objective on setting up a family business – since reportedly, more of us than ever are going into business with relatives.
  • In the News: This month we’ve focused on:

    • The new set of rules designed to help protect customer hard-earned cash – coming very soon
    • No fake green claims – or else! The government wants companies making false or exaggerated assertions about their eco-friendliness/eco-credentials to be better held to account - and they’re changing the law and giving regulator’s enforcement powers to make it so
    • Whether self-driving cars will become your new ‘WFH’ extended workplace, or personal cinema. Soon, those traditionally ‘in the driving seat’ will be able lawfully to do these things and a whole lot more as the Highway Code faces revisions to allow it later this year. How safe/comfortable does this make you feel…?
    • Street votes – specifically, whether giving more power to neighbours and locals is a good or bad proposal, following new planning law reforms announced this month in the Queen’s Speech.
    • The FT's Climate Game – have you played it yet to see how you could make an impact on Net Zero ambitions? No? Play the game now.  
  • Expert corner: Martyn Ashley Taylor is our new residential landlord and tenant expert. Martyn’s on top of all the legal update material that we’ve highlighted this month - and he’s created an all-new and improved residential assured shorthold tenancy (AST) agreement which will shortly be available for you to use.

New Features:

Updated Content: A replacement Assured Shorthold (Residential) Tenancy Agreement (AST) for English-based properties

New Content: Big changes this July for Welsh landlords and tenants

New Content: Setting up a family business – the complete workflow experience

In the news:

Expert Corner: Meet Martyn Ashley Taylor from Ashley Taylors Legal

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