For business

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In the case of NRAM plc v Evans and another (2015), the High Court was asked to consider whether an electronic discharge of a legal charge should be set aside and for the register to be rectified to reinstate the legal charge. An e-DS1 is form of...
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It may seem a long way off, but from April 2018 landlords "may not let" commercial properties with an EPC rating of F or G unless improvement is not practicable or an exemption applies (for example, if the tenancy is for a term of 6 months or...
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You might think the tentacles of the Federacion de Servicios Privados del sindicato Comisiones Obreras can't possibly stretch to the UK. That doughty French Advocate General of the CJEU, Yves Bot, has other ideas. He's just published guidance to the...
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In the case of (1) N S (2) H S v AXA INSURANCE (2014)          The claim of the first claimant, a two-year-old boy, for damages for injury sustained in a road traffic accident in March 2013, was dismissed as his sole...
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The slow return of corporate confidence and the unexpected clarity of the colour of our new government have brought restrictive covenants back to the fore.  I am currently creating restrictions for one client and trying to avoid covenant litigation for...

For you

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You might think the tentacles of the Federacion de Servicios Privados del sindicato Comisiones Obreras can't possibly stretch to the UK. That doughty French Advocate General of the CJEU, Yves Bot, has other ideas. He's just published guidance to the...
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Really? They do not own your house, they are not contributing money to the purchase. So why are they a party when it comes to you moving home? They are, that is the point. You employed them to become just that. In the case of a sale, you have employed them...
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The slow return of corporate confidence and the unexpected clarity of the colour of our new government have brought restrictive covenants back to the fore.  I am currently creating restrictions for one client and trying to avoid covenant litigation for...
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As with a freehold house, you can expect to pay the usual utility bills (e.g gas, electricity, water and telephone), and of course Council Tax. But what about insurance (buildings and contents), and any payments due to the landlord under the lease? ...
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Few conveyancers will ask for sight of your private survey. Aside from running into dozens of pages, it is of course your private health check report, guiding you as to whether you should buy the property, which you will have walked around yourself and made...