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Want a divorce but don’t know where to start?

Want a divorce but don’t know where to start? Here are some of the factors you should consider before applying for a divorce. When Can I Get a Divorce In England & Wales? You can get a divorce in England & Wales if all the following are true: You’ve been...

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Security of Tenure

What is Security of Tenure? Security of Tenure is a statutory right granted to tenants of commercial leases, providing the tenant with an automatic right to renew their lease when this contractual term comes to an end. The right is granted by Part II of the Landlord...

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How to respond to a Statutory Demand

A statutory demand is a formal demand for payment of an undisputed debt issued in accordance with the Insolvency Act 1986 (IA86). These formal demands may be served on: an individual debtor under section 268 of IA86, as a prerequisite to the presentation by a creditor...

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Setting up a limited company?

  Looking to set up a limited company but don't know where to start? We explain some of the benefits and costs you should consider before setting up a limited company. What is a limited company? A limited company is a type of legal structure for your business. A...

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Statutory Demand – Pros and Cons

What is a statutory demand? A statutory demand is a written demand for payment of a debt served on either: An individual A company In general terms, a debtor who, for 21 days, fails to comply with a statutory demand for a debt of more than £750 (for companies), or a...

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Protecting your Trade Secrets in a Hybrid Working World

As the law changes around employment and COVID-19 restrictions, many employers are starting to expect a return to the workplace. However, it’s unlikely that we will be returning in the same numbers as pre-pandemic, with many employers and employees alike looking to...

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No Fault Divorce

The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 is due to come into effect in England and Wales on 6 April 2022 allowing married couples to divorce without assigning blame or fault follows the royal assent of the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill (commonly...

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Dissolving A Company

Dissolving a company, also known as ‘striking-off‘ or ‘dissolution’, has the effect of removing the business from the registrar of companies at Companies House, so annual returns and accounts no longer need to be filed. Unlike other methods of closing a business,...

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