ServiceNow partners get workflow boost in Quebec release – TechTarget

ServiceNow partners will find more workflow and process design options in the latest release of the Now Platform. The Quebec release, which ServiceNow unveiled this week, includes Process Optimization — a feature that lets organizations explore the processes that underly business workflows and identify bottlenecks. Other features include Workforce Optimization, which monitors customer or IT

What are my tenants rights when renting from a private landlord? – Which?

Caution Coronavirus and your eviction rights From 29 August 2020, you’re entitled to six months’ notice on most tenancies. If rent arrears are more than six months’ worth of rent, this notice period could be reduced. Do I have to pay tenancy fees? Letting agents in England, Scotland and Wales aren’t allowed to charge you

GDPR dealt blow as German court drops $17.2M Deutsche Wohnen fine – Compliance Week

The ruling, made by the Regional Court in Berlin in February, puts Germany at odds with the rest of the European Union over how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) should be interpreted and whether national law trumps EU law. Under Article 83 of the GDPR—which relates to how administrative fines should be imposed—companies, rather

Over 230 renters in Cork contacted Threshold about Landlord not returning deposits in 2020 – TheCork.ie

4 March 2021 By Elaine Murphy [email protected] Deposit retention queries to Threshold increased by over 40% in 2020 National housing charity Threshold has called for the introduction of a rental deposit scheme, ten years on from the government’s initial commitment to establish such a scheme. The appeal comes as Threshold has revealed that queries from

Common legislative solutions: a guide to tackling recurring policy issues in legislation – GOV.UK

Foreword by Elizabeth Gardiner, First Parliamentary Counsel As the legislative drafting office for the UK Government, the Office of the Parliamentary Counsel is committed to producing clear and effective legislation to the highest possible standards in the public interest. We lead the legislative drafting profession within Government and work to promote greater awareness of the

Dalata Hotel : 2020 Preliminary Financial Results Announcement – marketscreener.com

Unbowed and Unbroken ISE: DHG LSE: DAL Dublin and London | 2 March 2021: Dalata Hotel Group plc (“Dalata” or the “Group”), the largest hotel operator in Ireland with a growing presence in the United Kingdom, announces its results for the year ended 31 December 2020. Results Summary Variance on €million 2020 2019 2019 Revenue

Exceptionally high demand sees UK rents grow by 5.8% – Property Reporter

The shifting needs of tenants throughout the pandemic has created a heightened demand for locations that offer greater space, driving average rents up to £839 when London is excluded – a rise of 5.8% against last year. The latest data and analysis from HomeLet has revealed that when London is factored in, the average rent

Rents rise sharply as demand remains 'exceptionally high' – Property Industry Eye

Average rents across the UK increased by 2.9% in January when compared with the same month last year, according to the latest data and analysis from Homelet. The average rent across the UK now stands at £981 a month, the latest figures show. Rental values between January 2020 and January 2021 increased in nine of

Landlords and the law: What's expected of you in 2021 – What Mortgage

A new year means a new raft of rule changes for landlords to take on board. Richard Rowntree of Paragon Bank explains the key developments you can expect in 2021 Each new year brings with it a set of changes that landlords need to be aware of. The disruption caused by Covid-19 led to policy

Insights for In-house Counsel – February 2021 – Lexology

The conclusion of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (“TCA”) between the UK and EU on Christmas Eve was welcome news for us and our clients. The lastminute nature of the deal, however, means there was no time for businesses here in the UK or for their EU trading partners to prepare for its impact. Whilst