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  • 5 Further points to consider when taking a Commercial Lease
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    5 Further Points to Consider when Taking a Commercial Lease In a previous post some of the legal aspects in negotiating and signing up to a commercial lease were considered. But as that post advised, leases are complex beasts with many interacting parts, so it is worth looking at some of the other common clauses… Learn more

  • Amendments to the Civil Procedure Rules introduce automatic strike out for non payment of trial fee
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    Amendments to the Civil Procedure Rules introduce automatic strike out for non payment of trial fee   In amendments to the Civil Procedure Rules that were published on 6th April 2017, there are new sanctions imposed for Claimants who fail to pay the trial fee in accordance with the Court’s directions. Pursuant to the new… Learn more

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    What is a PSC Register?
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          What is a PSC Register?   What is the requirement? S.81 of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (SBEEA) came into force in April last year and requires UK companies, LLP’s and SE’s to keep and maintain a register of people with significant control (PSC).     What is a… Learn more

  • Can a previous dispute be heard by the Court for a second time?
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    Can a previous dispute be heard by the Court for a second time?   Any dispute which cannot be resolved amicably between parties is likely to require the involvement of legal assistance, and possibly an exploration of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) [in any of its forms]. In the event that the parties continue to disagree,… Learn more

  • Bringing and Defending Disputes – Part 7 Proceedings
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    Bringing and Defending Disputes. What are Part 7 Proceedings?   Disputes can vary greatly in value and complexity, and as such, the Court fee payable to initiate a claim will correlate directly with its value on a sliding scale. The Advisory and Dispute Resolution department at EHL Commercial have experience dealing with all types of… Learn more

  • 5 Points to consider when taking a commercial lease
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    5 Points to Consider when Taking a Commercial Lease There are a myriad of things which need to be considered when obtaining premises for your business – not least the size, location, suitability, the work and cost involved in fitting it out. But what do tenants need to consider on the legal side of things?… Learn more

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    Statutory Registers – all companies are under an obligation to keep them but what are they?
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    Statutory Registers – all companies are under an obligation to keep them but what are they? Every company is under a statutory duty under the Companies Act 2006 (the Act) to keep statutory registers, however, in reality many don’t as they either don’t understand the requirement or don’t see the importance of keeping them. What… Learn more

  • Dilapidations – The State of Repair
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    Dilapidations – The State of Repair Virtually all commercial leases contain an obligation for the property to be returned to the landlord at the end of the tenancy in a good condition and state of repair. But who decides what constitutes a good state of repair? What exactly are the obligations of the tenant? What… Learn more

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    What happens upon the death of a shareholder? Cross-option agreements
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    What happens upon the death of a shareholder? Cross-option agreements Usually the spouse will inherit the deceased’s shares, making them a shareholder in the company. The spouse may never have had any involvement in the company prior to their partner’s death. This can create a problem for the company and the spouse alike, as responsibilities… Learn more

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    Can a company buy back its own shares?
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    Can a company buy back its own shares? Prior to the Companies Act 2006 (the Act), it was prohibited for a company to buy back its own shares, so the only option available to a shareholder wanting to sell their shares was to find a third party to purchase the shares. Buybacks are now permitted… Learn more

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