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In a decision that will have Lassie, Petra and Shep barking from their graves, the High Court has ruled that a dog is not a person.
When a company is granting a guarantee (or, indeed, any third party security), the guarantee must serve the guarantor company’s own commercial interests.
Including £1bn of loans to be released to ’unblock large housing developments on sites in Manchester and Leeds and across the country’.
Trendy sales staff looking cool in the shop’s clothing? Promotion could come back to bite retailers.
Insolvency Office Holder remuneration has caused controversy recently.
When negotiating to buy a business, a buyer will often ask the seller to sign an exclusivity (or lock-out) agreement.
How do I ensure I have an enforceable liquidated damages clause rather than a penalty clause?
The Statement of Insolvency Principles were initially issued as best practice guidance for insolvency practitioners but they now form part of IP regulation.
A salutory reminder to those considering whether their scheme can use CPI instead of RPI in increasing pensions and revaluing deferred pensions.
Claimants should ensure their process server is familiar with the rules on personal service.
Joyous celebration ends in kicking, punching, ’messages of an extremely violent nature’ and sacking.
Failure to warn of mass redundancies case collapses.
The nature of the power of attorney in a security document is different from that in other applications.
Take care when relying on existing rights of way to a development site.
Take care when relying on existing rights of way...
Schemes that need to reconcile Guaranteed Minimum Pensions should act fast.
£85 is too much to pay for three hours’ parking, right? Wrong. It might sound like the biggest car park charge in history but the Supreme Court has said it should stand.
Gateley offers a chart that highlights the key steps of the process for an auction sale...
Defendant tried to find reasons not to comply with an adjudicator’s decision...
When faced with a hostile mortgagor, a lender should be aware of their powers.