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It was announced in a written statement of the House of Commons that the exemption was to continue.
When a lender asks for a personal guarantee, it usually comes with the requirement that the proposed guarantor seeks independent legal advice.
Ah, the UK and the US: two countries separated by a common language. And that’s definitely the case with share purchases where there are some subtle – and some fundamental – differences in the way the two jurisdictions approach the acquisition of a company.
This post looks at the challenges in dealing with insolvent transport/logistics companies. For those involved in dealing with distressed logistics companies, many of the greatest challenges are often around timing.
The Court of Appeal delivered a nasty surprise to developers in a recent decision, Redrow.
Labour says that if it wins the May election paid paternity will almost double to £260 per week. Is this enough to persuade more to take it up?
The key pieces of an ‘investment wardrobe’ every investor should have.
A common bone of contention for tenants when seeking consent under the terms of their lease relates to the fees demanded by landlords, their solicitors and agents.
Seat choices and options is always a hot topic among trainees.
Once English security has been discharged or released, the charging company (or other interested party) can file one the forms below at Companies House to remove the charge from the register.
A recent judgment has confirmed that a paying bank must pay a seller under a letter of credit, once it has been presented with a compliant demand and the documents required by the letter.
Following the recent high-profile demise of City Link, all eyes are focussed on the transport and logistics sector.
For landlords of commercial property irritancy notices are well named.
The news from the SFO is that it is looking to prosecute with renewed vigour and a significant number of prosecutions are imminent.
With the spring AGM season rapidly approaching for UK plc now is a good time to take stock of the trends that emerged from the 2014 reporting season.
Hidden in last year’s Autumn Statement was a trap for the unprepared!...
When Woolworths went bust at the end of 2008, not only was it a watershed moment for UK retail, but it set in motion potentially significant implications for employers proposing large-scale redundancies.
Significant debt funding has made a welcome return to Scottish corporate activity.
Can you assume that criminal trespass will prevent squatters succeeding in a claim for adverse possession?
Surely it must be the case that an employer would be safe to dismiss an employee who has admitted gross misconduct? Well, no, not necessarily, as the employers in two recent cases found out.