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Opposing a lease renewal – Supreme Court clarifies use of ‘ground F’

Hayley Bamber, property litigation lawyer at Harrison Drury, looks at a long-awaited Supreme Court judgment in S Frances Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd which has implications for both…

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HD supports expansion for North West jewellery business

Peter Jackson the Jeweller, which celebrates 30 years in business this year, has moved to a new location within Blackburn’s The Mall shopping centre. Peter Jackson, managing director and founder…

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Property firm acquires Leyland commercial site

PJM Property Investments has purchased 1 Aston Way, Leyland for an undisclosed sum and is undertaking a significant refurbishment of the property. Situated on the Moss Side Development Park, the…

Are electronic signatures legally binding?

In light of the recent Law Commission paper regarding ‘Electronic Signatures’, Robert Orkney, trainee solicitor, with Harrison Drury, considers what this may potentially mean for electronic execution and validation of…

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New hairdressing salon makes the cut in Clitheroe

A Clitheroe hairdresser has realised a life long dream of owning her own salon after buying a property in the town. The salon recently opened following renovations and a re-brand.…

Getting your commercial properties ready for new EPC Regulations

With new Energy Performance Certificate Regulations looming from 1 April 2020, property lawyer Allan Sumner looks at what landlords must do to get their properties ready. The minimum EPC standard…

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Harrison Drury advises Preston Grasshoppers on land sale

North West law firm Harrison Drury has advised on a deal which has seen Preston Grasshoppers sell land to North West Care Homes Limited. The rugby club has sold 1.7…

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What does The New Electronics Communications Code mean for landowners?  

After receiving the Royal Assent in April 2017, The New Electronics Communication Code has now come into force, as of 28 December 2018. Rhian Hawkins from Harrison Drury solicitors explores…

What should you do if you’re affected by Carillion’s insolvency?

Construction firm, Carillion PLC, announced this week that it and its five sister companies had been placed into compulsory liquidation. Harrison Drury’s construction and insolvency teams look at what this…

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Six ways that sub-contractors can protect their interests

The insolvency of a main contractor can have a devastating impact on its sub-contractors. James Robbins, a specialist insolvency solicitor at Harrison Drury, looks at what sub-contractors can do to…

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