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New guidelines on dealing with the land of a dissolved company.
Failure to serve a payless notice within a short period challenging the payee’s notice can have “draconian consequences”.
A stark reminder to trustees of the limitations of exoneration clauses.
False statements which have damaged your reputation must be addressed.
A reminder to those who enjoy vices such as cakes or cigarettes to enjoy them at their own expense, rather than their employer’s.
Unfortunately, there is no authoritative definition of what constitutes a litigant in person.
How a court approaches the interpretation of a contract.
Sectional completion is not just ‘deemed’ practical completion of that section, it IS practical completion of that section.
Calling an assignment absolute will not be sufficient where the other terms are inconsistent.
Aldon ruling: liquidator was wrong to place a minimum value of £1 on a liquidated claim.
If the local community wants to buy your property there will be a six-month moratorium.
Having a strategy in place to deal with a regulatory investigation helps ensure the best possible outcome.
The employer in the case argued that the employee should take their holiday during their sick leave. This was rejected.
…so will more companies now submit their filings on time?
In terms of employment law, giving notice of an intention to resign is pretty meaningless.
Ainhoa Alzola discusses what life is like as a surety underwriter, and more importantly, what a surety underwriter looks for when writing a bond.
New rules will limit the ability of landlords to let properties that are underperforming in the energy stakes. But there is a silver lining…...
Non-disclosure agreements do not provide a guarantee that confidential information will remain secret.
The prospect of ’scorching’ weather has led to appeals from the TUC for employers to allow staff to dress down and wear cooler clothes for the office.
The Commercial Court has exercised its discretion to grant a stay of court proceedings (meaning a suspension of proceedings) pending the result of a connected arbitration, between separate but related parties.