Reading Time: 4 minutes On completion of a purchase or lease of a property or land, the buyer or leaseholder is more than likely liable to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (“SDLT”) on their acquisition.
Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s hugely important to make a Will as it ensures your estate is dealt with in the way you wish after your death. If you have not made a Will before, there are numerous factors you should consider before you will be ready to start.
Reading Time: 1 minute Recently, we have had a number of enquires from clients regarding the label “Made in the UK” and if there are any legal requirements that must be complied with, when marketing products using this label.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Further to our previous Blog about the options available if your property will be affected by HS2, there has been further news in the press about delays in compensation being provided when due.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Gatwick drone flight delays and cancellations: no compensation for “extraordinary circumstance”
Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s a week before Christmas and I have heard on the grapevine that Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip have left it too late to start their Christmas shopping this year and have decided to make cash gifts to their family members.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Just when you thought GDPR had settled down after the rush to comply last May, it has re-surfaced to some extent this Christmas. The question is whether corporate Christmas cards to clients breach data privacy rights?
Reading Time: 3 minutes When preparing a Will yourself, without the benefit of a legal expert to guide you, it is easy to get it wrong – and we sadly see this happen quite a lot. Mistakes may not become apparent until after you have died (and may be expensive or impossible to fix).
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Reading Time: 3 minutes Read the latest blog from us about Brexit.