Lease Extensions

A property with a lease of less than 80 years is likely to achieve a lower sale price and has the risk of becoming unmortgageable. However, help is at hand … Leaseholders of flats with a long lease, have a statutory right to a new lease in substitution for their existing lease, extended by 90

Online trading and your business

Your business may be involved in selling goods or services to consumers via a website (including through an Ebay shop), mail order, telesales, interactive TV or text. If it is, you should have already made sure your procedures are compliant with the laws and regulations of a ‘traditional trader’ together with the additional laws that

Pre-nuptial and Post-nuptial Agreements in the UK – What You Need to Know

Pre-nuptial agreements and post-nuptial agreements both attempt to protect the parties of a marriage should the relationship later break down. Such agreements can address property, maintenance and child support or custody issues. Under English law, each type of agreement is treated differently. Pre-nuptial Agreements English law does not formally recognise pre-nuptial agreements in the same