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Most owners of land, businesses or other assets are concerned about how their families will cope when they are no longer around to manage these assets. This is a highly complex area and expert advice is vital. From financial and tax planning to the succession of your business or estate, our team will work closely with you and other professionals to provide tailor made solutions to protect your family's ownership. Our goal is to guide you through the labyrinth of legislation and alleviate your concerns through effective and timely planning.
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The EU Commission has recently published its communication and accompanying Staff Working Document entitled 'Building a European Data Economy'.
A bankrupt who failed to annul a Bankruptcy Order on the basis that the necessary formalities for credit card agreements had not been complied with has been refused permission to appeal that decision.
The Court of Appeal concluded that it was wrong in principle for a court to attempt to turn an incomplete oral contract into a binding contract by inserting additional terms which were not agreed by the parties at the outset.
The Court of Appeal has declined to follow the controversial decision in Raithatha v Williamson which allowed a Trustee in Bankruptcy to compel a bankrupt to elect to draw pension entitlements.
One of the most important and yet simple areas of property management is ensuring that your address details as a landowner are up to date and registered correctly at the Land Registry.
Managing facilities from banks and other funders is often complex and an essential part of an organisation’s success.
Effective management of your property assets is important as it is essential to have immediate and secure access to key information about your property interests.
The law underpinning property dilapidations claims is complex but there is often a reluctance to instruct a solicitor.
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