How To Transfer Business Shares

Jovana Maksimovic - Trainee Solicitor

Once instructions have been confirmed we will check the current company’s articles (the Articles) and explain their effects and whether any amendments may be required to ensure that there are no pre-emption rights.  If the Articles do not have a pre-emption right, this may be found in the Shareholders Agreement. Pre-emptive rights are any rights… Learn more

Is The UK Beginning To Turn Its Back On The Traditional Practice Of ‘Inheritance’?

Rebecca Del Grosso - Trainee Solicitor

Inheritance is the practice of passing on an individual’s property, titles, debts, rights and obligations upon their death.  It has long been tradition in the UK, and indeed in many other countries around the world, that the vast majority of an individual’s wealth is passed to the next generation upon them passing away.  However, recent… Learn more

British Consulates To Stage Gay Marriage In 24 Countries

Lisa Dave - Associate Solicitor

The ‘Consular Marriage and Marriages under Foreign Law Order 2014’ comes into force on 3rd June and means that same sex marriages will be able to take place at British Consulates in the following 24 countries: Albania, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Cambodia, Chile, China, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Mongolia, Montenegro,… Learn more

We Have Pride In Market Harborough!

Kate Godber - Associate Solicitor

Members of the Market Harborough branch attended the Pride of Harborough awards on 17th April.  These awards, held at the Three Swans Hotel,  were organised by the Harborough Mail and well attended by local businesses and residents to celebrate people in Market Harborough who really make a difference. EHL were proud to sponsor the Care… Learn more