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22May2019

Contractual Interpretation: It goes without saying

Despite there being no express identification of the event that would trigger the obligation to pay commission in an oral contract between an estate agent and a seller, the Supreme Court decided that the contract was still enforceable. Further, the Court found that it did not need to imply a term to...

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30Apr2019

Keeping up to date company records: overseas company officers can be subject to the jurisdiction of English courts

Company officers may find themselves unwittingly subject to the jurisdiction of the English courts simply through failing to update company ...

22Sept2018

Business Property Relief – Can I get inheritance tax relief for holiday homes?

Looking at the recent decision in Graham v HMRC Business Property Relief (‘BPR’) reduces the value ...

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22Sept2018

Damages-Based Agreements: Aligning Our Interests with Our Clients

A Damages-Based Agreement is a contingency agreement between a client and solicitor wherein the soli...

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22Sept2018

Grandparents rights!

Statistics from the Ministry of Justice show that almost 2000 applications were made in 2016 by gran...

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