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Business Protection Cross Option Agreements
12 Feb 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Agata Rumbelow

The fallout that can result from the death of one co-owner of a business is something that all business owners should carefully consider. Such circumstances...

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Planning a romantic Valentine’s Day proposal? Think Pre-Nup!
8 Feb 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Tracey Dargan

Valentines is a time of romance for many, when couples show their love and affection for each other by exchanging cards and gifts. For many,...

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Disability Discrimination: A Cautionary Word
8 Feb 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Richard Gvero

A recent case (Lamb v The Garrard Academy) reminds employers of the need to be more pro-active in assessing whether an ill employee may be...

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Common Contract Terms
5 Feb 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Krishen Patel

This article looks at common contract terms and explains their use in many contracts. Parties One of the first things that will be on any written...

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Things to consider if you are selling your pharmacy
30 Jan 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Agata Rumbelow

Whether you are selling a pharmacy for the first time or making some changes to your existing portfolio Agata Rumbelow, Senior Solicitor specialising in Company...

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Giving to charities in your will
25 Jan 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Rosalyn Workman

When giving to charities in your will, there are three things that are useful to know. Rosalyn Workman, solicitor in our Private Client team,...

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Inheritance Tax Review
23 Jan 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Richard Horwood

The Office of Tax Simplification (“OTS”) was asked in January 2018 to review Inheritance Tax. It has now published the first part of its...

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Divorce D-Day: fact or fiction?
4 Jan 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Tracey Dargan

For many years there has been suggestion by the media that there is an official ‘Divorce D-Day’. There have even been attempts to pin...

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Uninsured risks – who is to repair?
12 Dec 2018 - posted in Blog
Author: Agata Marosz

Most leases will require the landlord to insure the property with a reputable insurer to the reinstatement value of the property, together with loss of...

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Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
10 Dec 2018 - posted in Blog
Author: Agata Marosz

What does a “contracted out’ lease mean? Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (‘the 1954 Act’) applies to all commercial leases. It gives...

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Inheritance tax a new approach? Guidance to Attorneys in relation to lifetime gifting
7 Dec 2018 - posted in Blog
Author: Alastair Liddiard

Being a Deputy or Attorney can cause difficulties if you find yourself having to wear different hats: the first as the relative of the incapacitated...

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What is due diligence?
5 Dec 2018 - posted in Blog
Author: Krishen Patel

The phrase “doing your due diligence” has become something of a well-known phrase, usually taken to mean that you should carry out investigations before taking...

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