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Home in time for Christmas
8 Aug 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Karen Fletcher

With the summer heatwave past us, and Selfridges having now opened up their Christmas Shop, all eyes now seem to be on the festive period....

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Farming Families and Succession Part 3
23 Jul 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Richard Horwood

This is the third and final installment of my articles on the subject of farming families and the succession issues that surround them. We...

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Focus on... shareholders’ agreements
22 Jul 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Agata Rumbelow

When incorporating a company, it is easy to overlook the possible need for a shareholders’ agreement. A shareholders’ agreement can be a crucial tool...

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Focus on…partnership agreements
19 Jul 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Agata Rumbelow

The term ‘partnership’ describes a relationship between parties carrying on a business in common with a view to profit. Despite the creation of limited...

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Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 Part IV
18 Jul 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Agata Marosz

What is my status if I have remained in occupation following the expiry of a contracted-out lease?

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The duties and obligations of financial disclosure.
17 Jul 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Tracey Dargan

If you are applying for a divorce or dissolution of your civil partnership, then you will also need to sort out the financial arrangements between...

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Farming Families and Succession Part 2
16 Jul 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Richard Horwood

Following on from my previous article, if, as a farm business owner, your intention is to only pass on the farm after your lifetime, then...

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“It’s not personal, it’s strictly business”
15 Jul 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Richard Gvero

Over the years, I have observed that it is very common in family businesses for family members to hold the key positions. Sometimes, merit plays...

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Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 Part III
11 Jul 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Agata Marosz

Option to renew a “contracted out” lease Nothing in the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 states that including an option to renew in a “contracted out”...

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Inheritance Tax: New Recommendations from the Office of Tax Simplification
10 Jul 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Alastair Liddiard

Inheritance tax is, on the face of it, a fairly simple tax to apply. If the value of your estate at the date of...

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What fees can landlords and letting agents charge from 1 June 2019?
9 Jul 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Hayley Grantham

From the 1 June 2019, the Tenants Fees Act 2019 (“the Act”) prohibits landlords or agents charging fees to tenants in England unless it is...

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Farming Families and Succession Part 1
8 Jul 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Richard Horwood

Many farming families find the issue of succession planning a difficult balancing act to achieve. There are often competing interests, uncertainties and factors beyond an...

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