26 June, 2020 - posted in Events
The main employment law considerations when carrying out redundancies and the impact of coronavirus and the job retention scheme on this process.
Landlords are often asked to give their consent for a leaseholder to do something in their flat which the lease otherwise prohibits.
Well worth reading if you find yourself as an executor for the first time. We @Longmores can help guide you through the process in person, if you have more questions https://twitter.com/AdvisingFamily/status/1278328502912155653
What are my duties as executor? #TalktoaTEP http://bit.ly/2raFL7x
Latest on the issue of Grants of #probate and Letters of Administration, together with the processing dates for current applications @Longmores https://twitter.com/IanBondTEP/status/1278590549218529280
Update from @HMCTSgovuk; Last week they issued 4,244 grants (2,571 paper applications and 1,673 on CTSC digital platform). They received 3,014 paper applications last week and 4,233 to CTSC. They are working through remaining applications received w/c 25/05. #probate #HMCTS
Should landlords give their consent to leaseholders? @jsw_john @Longmores_Prop explains the difference between absolute and qualified covenants http://ow.ly/Wl1550AizHT
The waver 👋
Definitely "The Parent"... https://twitter.com/LEGO_Group/status/1276107955855921153
A further update on possession proceedings and dates – John Wagstaffe @Longmores_Prop explains the latest changes #StayAlert #property 🏘️🌇http://ow.ly/wgC050AfjSK
A chance for SMEs to fill in a poll about what the future looks like for their businesses
At UK200Group we have the opportunity to provide our member's #SME clients with a voice which we can amplify 2 Government. Please participate in our poll to help us understand what the future looks like for your business #Business #Accountants #Lawyers https://bit.ly/3dp01r4