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This covers the issues affecting corporate clients, the self-employed and employers. The demands on businesses are wide-ranging and often require specialist knowledge, experience and skill to obtain successful outcomes.
Our firm can provide legal advice and support services, or access to specialist practitioners, where your particular circumstances require specific skills in the following areas;
We can provide you with all the advice necessary to secure your premises and assist you in developing your full business potential.
Our specialist skills and experience can pave the way to helping you start a business, obtain finance agreements, draw up and agree contracts, buy and sell a business or put Shareholder and Partnership Agreements in place.
If you are an employer or an employee, our specialists can advise you on all matters relating to Contracts of Employment, Compromise and Severance Agreements.
11 Apr 2019
The Defective Premises Act 1972 (the Act) imposes wide-ranging liability on landlords and builders for poorly built and maintained buildings.
The Act enables someone who has not had 'reasonable financial provision' made for them in a will to make a claim against the estate.
When a new home is built, a buyer can expect the developer to provide a new build warranty.