Interested in becoming a Trustee? – Here’s what you need to know
Many community-minded people apply to become one of the Trustees of a charity whose aims and objectives they care about. However, they should not take on the role un...
Business owners are advised to consider the implications of major new transparency rules being imposed on nearly all UK companies to combat tax evasion, money laundering and financing terrorism.
A recent High Court Case examining how the phrase “close of business” should be interpreted is a useful reminder that including as much detail as possible in a contract will establish certainty and avoid arguments at a later date.
From 1 April 2018 there will be a requirement for any property which is rented out to have a minimum Energy Performance Rating of E. New regulations will come into force for new lettings and renewals of tenancies from 1 April 2018 and for all e...
The case of Barron MP and another v Vines  has shown that a defendant’s attempt to mitigate in defamation proceedings can be negated by their later conduct.
July is fraud awareness month and, with wide-ranging fraud on the increase, it’s more important than ever to take measures to protect yourself.
The new ‘Pubs Code’ due to be introduced this May will bring costs savings for tied pub tenants of large pub owning companies regarding their lease payments – but may pose challenges in the run-up to them coming into force.
Business owners need to consider the implications of major new transparency rules being imposed on nearly all UK companies to combat tax evasion, money laundering and financing terrorism.
A landlord who fails to comply with new immigration rules to ensure its tenants have the right to rent its property could incur fines of up to £3k and a criminal record.
Haulage and delivery companies should not be pressurised into paying excessive penalties for trespass demanded by aggressive traffic management enforcement companies at distribution centres and delivery points, who monitor breaches of traffic r...