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Register of Overseas Entities – important for any overseas entities holding or acquiring property in the UK
Companies House has on 1 August issued guidance for the registration of overseas entities – on the very day the regulations came into force. This information is extremely important for any overseas entity holding or acquiring property in the UK.
Trademark Application Process
Any individual or company can make an application to register a trademark, to protect their brand or logo from being replicated or misused elsewhere. Corporate and Commercial Law Trainee Solicitor Catherine Healy explains the process involved and the steps you need to take to ensure your application is successful.
Important Tax Changes To Help Couples Who Divorce
On the 22nd July 2022 the Government released draft legislation which, if implemented as expected will improve the Capital Gains Tax position for divorcing couples from the 6th April 2023. Family Law Practitioner Heather Davies explains the changes.
Natural Neighbourly Nuisance
It has long been the case that if something that happens on your land spills onto your neighbour’s land you the landowner can be liable for the damage caused.
New Pilot Scheme Speeds Up Process Of Deputyship Application
Court of Protection Paralegal Rachel Hayes explains how Wilson Browne Solicitors has the privilege of taking part in the Court’s application Pilot Scheme.
Estates Have Increased In Value – What Does This Mean For Inheritance Tax?
The value of Estates is increasing. Solicitor Kayleigh Brown looks at what this means for your Inheritance Tax (IHT) liability on death.
Changes To Fit Notes
Fit notes (officially called ‘statement of fitness for work’ or ‘med 3’), which were introduced in 2010 as a replacement to sick notes, have recently undergone an update.
Game For A Laugh In The Northamptonshire Sport Business Games
On 14th July Northamptonshire Sport hosted the Business Games 2022. Wilson Browne Solicitors entered a team from across the offices and departments to compete is various activities alongside other local businesses.
It’s going to be hot … real hot
The Met Office has issued an Amber warning for extreme heat over the weekend and into the early part of next week. What are workers’ rights in these conditions? Employment Law Paralegal Hazel Taylor explains more.
Get It Right From The Start
The Importance of Terms and Conditions for the Provision of Goods and/or Services in Business to Consumer Transactions