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  • EHL Conveyancing Team
    Incorporation of buy-to-let businesses
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    Incorporation of buy-to-let businesses Many individuals with a property portfolio are now looking to incorporate as a company or LLP in order to be tax efficient. This is due to changes being implemented from April 2017 that will see landlords pay tax at a rate of up to 45% on the entire rental income they… Learn more

  • Commercial Signage Clauses
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    Commercial Signage Clauses Are you a commercial tenant taking up new premises? Maybe you are updating the frontage of your existing leased property with a new eye catching fascia? Either way, you will be keen that your new and expensive signage is highly noticeable and attracts the sort of attention you desire. But how do… Learn more

  • EHL Conveyancing Team
    What happens if a company pays dividends it cannot afford?
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    Depending on the success of a company, a dividend allows for a regular payment to be made to shareholders from its distributable profits. Distributable profits are calculated from a company’s accumulated, realised profits so far as they have not previously been used elsewhere. A company’s articles of association will usually set out the process to… Learn more

  • What does franchising involve?
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    Whilst many have heard of franchising and understand that a franchise is a type of business structure, not everyone is aware of what they actually involve.           The key feature of a franchise is that the Franchisor agrees to share his proven formula for success in his field of business with… Learn more

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    How do I change my company’s share capital?
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    In a company, there may be two initial shareholders both holding 15 ordinary shares. A new shareholder is introduced to the company and is transferred 5 shares from each of the initial shareholders. As a result, each of the, now, three shareholders has the same rights in the Company, such as voting rights and the… Learn more

  • Section 561 the companies act 2006
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    Section 561 of the Companies Act 2006 governs the statutory rights of pre-emption in a situation whereby a company allots shares.           Where a company decides to allot shares to a person who is not an existing shareholder, it cannot do so without first offering these shares to its existing shareholders… Learn more

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    What happens when shareholders cannot agree to sell the company? : Drag and Tag provisions
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    Selling a company can be a stressful time, particularly if the shareholders cannot agree to the fundamental terms of the sale.     When a buyer wants to buy the entire shareholding in a company, consent may be required by all parties in order for the sale to go ahead. If one shareholder disagrees then… Learn more

  • Leanne Hathaway - Tax and Trusts
    Buying a commercial property? Secure your entitlement to claim capital allowances on any fixtures.
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    Make sure that when you buy a commercial property you secure your entitlement to claim capital allowances on any fixtures. The changes to the capital allowances treatment of fixtures in commercial buildings has now been in place for a year.   These say that once an amount of expenditure on a fixture has been recognised for… Learn more

  • What is a distribution agreement?
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    A distribution agreement is a contract that governs the marketing of a particular customer group, that states the responsibilities of both parties. It is usually between a manufacturer and a distributor, but in some cases may involve two distributors. Agreements can range from a very short letter agreement to a complex international arrangement. A distribution… Learn more

  • The Importance of a Shareholder agreement
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    Shareholder’s agreements are essential in any company. They set out the rights of different shareholders to protect interests and investments in the company. Having shareholders agreements helps to avoid disagreements and quickly resolves issues that may arise between each shareholder. A small number of issues that may want to be covered in shareholders agreements include:… Learn more

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