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  • EHL Conveyancing Team
    What are Pre-Contract Enquiries?
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      What are Pre-Contract Enquiries   A critical element for any transaction is responding to enquiries raised by the buyer’s representative.  At their core, enquiries are simply questions raised as to the nature of the property itself or on the title, rights and obligations that come with the land. The purpose of enquiries is to… Learn more

  • EHL Conveyancing Team
    Explaining a Contract
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    Explaining A Contract   A contract, or also known as an agreement is prepared by the seller’s solicitors. The contract is the legal document that binds the seller and the buyer for purchasing or selling the property and once it is exchanged and greed upon it legally binds all parties on the contract. The contract… Learn more

  • EHL Conveyancing Team
    Covenants for title
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      Covenants in Title   We are often asked what the difference is between full and limited title guarantee as this is referred to in Contracts relating to property. On completion of a transaction the Contract merges with the purchase deed in so far as the two documents cover the same ground and in general… Learn more

  • EHL Conveyancing Team
    Rescission of a contract!
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    RESCISSION OF A CONTRACT   It very rarely happens in the property market these days because as time has gone on revisions have been made to contracts to reflect what has caused a contract to be rescinded and any loopholes have been tightened up. We now have a form of contract which looks simple on… Learn more

  • Paul Stubbs - Litigation
    Litigation Advice
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    The beginning of a new year always makes us consider the past year and the year ahead.  If you run a business and have debts, or are seeking to enforce the terms of a contract, instead of leaving it, why not make a New Year resolution to tackle it head on and contact the litigation… Learn more

  • Andrew Robinson - Employment Law
    What should I do before I sign an employment contract?
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    Being offered a new job is for most people the end of a long road. With soaring unemployment levels and minimal growth on the economy many people are looking for work and when they are offered a job can be tempted to take it without quibbling over the terms. This is understandable but if you’ve… Learn more

  • Andrew Robinson - Employment Law
    Should there be a legal right for Bereavement Leave
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    There is currently no legal entitlement to bereavement leave. Unless your employer provides a contractual right for bereavement leave when a loved one passes away you have no right to paid or unpaid time off work.  The only entitlement is to reasonable time off to take action necessary in consequence of a death of a… Learn more

  • Paul Stubbs - Litigation
    Football Clubs Continue to Compromise Manager Contracts
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    Following Michael Appleton’s sacking as manager of Blackburn Rovers Football Club debate goes on as to the viability of a manager’s position and the legal implications surrounding their dismissal.  Mr Appleton’s dismissal by letter after only 67 days in the post means over 100 managers, coaches and staff have been dismissed in the 2012-2013 season…. Learn more

  • Andrew Robinson - Employment Law
    NHS to be banned from including ‘gagging clauses’
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    Severance or compromise agreements with employees are a means of dismissing the employee without fear of that employee bringing a claim at the Employment Tribunal or in the County Court resulting from the termination of their employment. It is common for such agreements to include confidentiality clauses which in effect ‘gag’ and prevent the employee… Learn more


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