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Selling Your Business – How To Avoid Getting Stung
When selling a business there is often a worry that even after the deal has been finalised the outgoing owner can still find people metaphorically knocking at their door for problems that initiated during their ownership. There are three main stages where the seller can reduce the risk of this happening.
When Is A Contract Not A Contract?
When terminating a contract what gives a party the right to do so? Let’s consider some of the issues that arise.
After The Tenant Has Gone!
As a landlord and the owner of commercial property you may have different emotions when a lease comes to an end and you finally have possession back of the premises. But what else should you consider?
What is a Full Repairing Lease?
A full repairing and insuring lease (“FRI Lease”) is a lease in which the tenant takes on all of the costs for repairs and insurance for the property being leased from the landlord.
Seeing Red with Commercial Property Boundaries?
Red tape, red pens, and red sealing wax have all been used to signify something important, a correction or authenticity. Commercial Property owners would therefore assume that the red lines on the title plans mark the exact line of the property boundary. However, this is a common misconception and the red lines cannot be relied on as the exact location of the demise of a commercial property.
Wilson Browne Solicitors Are Headline Sponsors Of Northamptonshire Business Awards
Leading law firm Wilson Browne Solicitors will be the headline sponsors of the 2020 Northamptonshire Business Awards for the third year in a row. The multi award-winning firm has agreed to take on the key role at the county’s premier business awards which are run by Northamptonshire Chamber of Commerce.
Purple Monday is the day to make your will – Save 20% off Wills on 10th February
Make this the year you make a Will or update your current Will.
Government announces the abolition of Section 21 Notices
The Queen’s Speech on 19th December 2019 saw the announcement by the Government of the Renters’ Reform Bill which will abolish the use of “no fault” Section 21 Notices served under the Housing Act 1988. Jennifer Laskey advises on the update.
New Year’s Resolutions for your Company
The start of a new year provides a good opportunity to reflect on the last 12 months and set out a list of resolutions for the year ahead.
Assets of Community Value – not just pubs
A tribunal upheld a designation of the field as an asset of community value even though it acknowledged the use by the community was substantially a trespass.