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A pension can be the biggest asset after the family home and is included in any financial settlement. Therefore, it is important you are aware of all the options before deciding what’s best.
Adverse Possession (commonly known as squatters rights) can be gained by a person in possession of land for a period of 10 (or in some cases 12) years.
Ian has almost forty years relevant international experience in the financial services industry worldwide. The Brexit saga rolls unsteadily on. There is clearly a huge amount of “Brexit fatigue” gripping the country – even if UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged to...
Cybersecurity, regulatory change and digitalisation are the top three risks faced by businesses across Europe
Ideas to Inception We had the pleasure of speaking in collaboration with the Spanish Chamber of Commerce this morning about starting up a company in the UK. We speak about taking the idea through a team, to putting the legal framework in place, taking advice and then...
It is very easy at an early stage to neglect setting up the relationship properly, and that is what can lead to disputes.
There are many fiduciary duties, and they are not always clear and easy to apply in practice, especially perhaps for a newly appointed director or a trustee. Let’s take a look at what exactly a fiduciary duty is. The Court describes the duty as one to: “… act in good...
From 1 January 2019, many commercial proceedings in the Business & Property Courts of England and Wales will be subject to a new disclosure pilot scheme which will operate for two years, in eight Cities. It offers a menu of disclosure options (“Models”) with the...
In April this year the Government put forward plans to scrap two types of tax relief for landlords who sell a property that was once their main home. This will come in from April next year (2020 affecting potentially half a million ‘accidental landlords’. Accidental...
With effect from 20 March 2019, this Act provides tenants in England with a right to take action if their property is not fit for human habitation. The legislation amends the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 by adding new sections 9A, 9B AND 9C, requiring landlords to...
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