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    Five common mistakes with joint ventures

    Working together with someone to bring something new to market is an exciting time for any business. However, in the rush it is easy to slip up and miss things…

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    Obtaining a Temporary Event Notice

    The general rule is that only licensed premises can sell alcohol, for example, pubs, clubs, and supermarkets, but there are times when you want to run an event away from…

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    Energy-Saving Legal Considerations for Landlords

    In the current property market, property owners are looking to their assets to see how additional income can be generated without significant cost. One option is the lease of roof…

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    Buying the assets of an insolvent company

    While the first few months of 2011 have provided some encouragement in terms of economic recovery, unfortunately there are still some businesses which have not been able to survive the…

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    We are recruiting a commercial property solicitor

    Harrison Drury are looking for a commercial property solicitor to join our expanding commercial property department based in Preston city centre. If you’re an enthusiastic team player with a proactive,…

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    Are you ready for the Bribery Act 2010?

    The Ministry of Justice has recently published new guidance on the procedures commercial organisations should put in place to ensure they fully comply with The Bribery Act 2010, which comes…

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    Changes to Inheritance Tax rates when making charity bequeaths

    While there were no sweeping changes to Inheritance Tax announced in this year’s Budget, Chancellor George Osborne did reveal that from April 2012 the Inheritance tax rate would be cut…

    Home & FamilyWills, Probate & Trusts

    What is an injunction and who can use them?

    We've seen and heard much in recent days about the rising use of injunctions to 'gag' the press, but what exactly are they? Put simply, an injunction is a court…

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    The five golden rules of management buyouts

    Management buyouts (MBOs) are a good way to plan for succession when owners of a business are looking to take a step back, giving greater continuity to the business. For…

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    Why you shouldn’t take shortcuts with LPAs

    While reading a recent issue of the Which? magazine I was intrigued to read an article on Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA). The article set out various advantages of making…

    Home & FamilyWills, Probate & Trusts

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