Sometimes problems that occur in the workplace can quickly spiral out of control, and in some cases it can be difficult to know how to deal with those situations. Knowing your rights under employment law can help, whether you’re an employer or an employee, and in many cases this will help you to solve the dispute before having to go down the costly route of a court case. There are a number of different disputes that can be a cause for concern, including the way that you are treated at work or the behaviour of other employees, the terms and conditions of your contract, tasks you are being asked to do at work and the conditions of the workplace. There are a number of rules in place under employment law which mean you will be able to take some form of action if you believe that you have the right to do so.
When moving into a home, establishing the exact positioning of your property’s boundaries isn’t always going to be your main concern. While any issues with boundaries should be identified during the conveyancing process when purchasing a home, there are a few ways in which you can help to avoid any disputes over boundaries. While some boundaries may be defined with fences, edging stones, walls and a few other indicators, it is important that these boundaries are well maintained and that you and your neighbour understand and agree where the boundary is so as to ensure there are no disputes in the future. While boundary structures may deteriorate, particularly if this boundary is a hedge or other form of nature, any maintenance and changes to these boundaries may need to be discussed with your neighbour. Many boundary disputes may arise from the neighbour when you are trying to make changes or build right by boundary between your home and theirs.