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  • EHL Conveyancing Team
    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

  • EHL Conveyancing Team
    Overriding Interests and how they can impact on a purchaser of a residential property
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    Overriding Interests…. what are they? Overriding interests and how they impact on a purchaser of a residential property: The Land Registry created ‘Overriding Interests’ by way of the Land Registry Act 1925. The reason for this creation was to allow for unregistered rights and interests affecting a property to be accounted for. These interests can… Learn more

  • Leicestershire Mining
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    When buying your property it is important to check if there is any potential coal mining in the area.   Permission is being sought by a coal mining firm to extend Leicestershire’s only opencast coal mine, Minorca Opencast Mine near Measham, North West Leicestershire. A decision is expected early this year. If buying in this… Learn more

  • EHL Wills Team
    Local Solicitors: New Office in Stoney Stanton
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      Stoney Stanton is welcoming the new office of Edward Hands & Lewis.  Whilst the official launch day is not until Tuesday 29th October (pop in if you are in the area) the phones are already ringing and we have received a warm welcome from the village. Stoney Stanton will offer the full range of… Learn more

  • Faye Williamson - Family Law
    How do I change my name?
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    Your name can be changed at any point in your life, for any reason, provided it is not to defraud or deceive another person. To change a name, there is not a legal procedure to follow; you simply just start by using your new name. Forenames and surnames can be changed, along with the adding… Learn more

  • Paul Stubbs - Litigation
    What is a Solicitor Agent?
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    A solicitor agent is a solicitor who has been instructed by a third party law firm to carry out works on its behalf. The most common type of works carried out by solicitor agents is advocacy (representing a party in court) but it is not unusual to carry out other works such as conveyancing and… Learn more

  • Emma Fuller - Wills, Probate and LPA
    Lasting Powers of Attorney, Advance Directives and Living Wills – what are they?
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    A living will is the term used for a document covering a decision in relation to medical treatment in case you do not have the mental capacity to make the decision at the time in question. This document is not legally binding but normally would be taken into account by the professionals looking after you… Learn more

  • Andrew Robinson - Employment Law
    Number of Young Workers on Zero Hours Contracts Doubles
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    The Office of National Statistics has released figures showing that the number of 16-24 year-olds on zero hour contracts has more than doubled since the start of the recession. These contracts give no guarantee of regular hours or pay. This allows businesses to offer extra shifts during busy periods, but offer no work whatsoever when… Learn more

  • Andrew Robinson - Employment Law
    Should you get minimum wage on an internship?
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    Most workers in England and Wales of school leaver’s age and above are entitled to receive the National Minimum Wage currently £3.68 for those under 18.  However a number of companies offer ‘unpaid internships’ which provide experience to interns without remuneration. Several of these companies are currently being investigated to see if they are breaching… Learn more

  • Emma Fuller - Wills, Probate and LPA
    How can you get the legal help you need without legal aid?
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    We are already seeing the signs of people being affected by the reduction in the scope of legal aid, especially in our Loughborough office where our Market Street location encourages more people to simply pop in for advice.  But the withdrawal of Legal Aid doesn’t mean that solicitors can’t help any more. At Edward Hands… Learn more

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