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The Future of Farming

Hosted by Barclays, Harrison Drury Solicitors and Towers & Gornall Chartered Accountants, this event is aimed at giving those owning and managing agricultural and farming businesses expert guidance and advice…


New faces strengthen Harrison Drury team

Harrison Drury has further strengthened its team with a flurry of key appointments across the firm. Matthew Astley has been given a position in the employment and regulatory team after…


Lancashire law firms unite to relaunch Solicitors for the Elderly group

Harrison Drury is among a network of firms teaming up with University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) to reinvigorate Lancashire and Cumbria’s Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE) group. SFE is an…


Harrison Drury backs Preston Grasshoppers in shirt sponsorship deal

Harrison Drury has increased its backing for local sports clubs after agreeing a shirt sponsorship deal with Preston Grasshoppers. The firm has committed to the main ‘front-of-shirt’ sponsorship for the…


How does the ‘incapacity crisis’ affect me?

In a recent report, findings show that 70% of people would want their families to make decisions for them if they lost capacity, but 79% of people haven’t discussed this…

What does the new digital land register mean for conveyancing?

With the first digital mortgage emerging in April and the introduction of HM Land Registry’s new digital Local Land Charges Register. Harrison Drury Solicitor, ­­Hannah Hughes, looks at what affect…

Case studies

Decision delivered in the case of Owens v Owens

The Supreme Court has delivered its much-anticipated judgement in the case of Owens v Owens, a contested divorce case which has revived calls for no-fault divorce. Olivia Bailey, trainee solicitor…


Why lease renewals shouldn’t be left to the last minute

Property litigation lawyer, Hayley Bamber, examines a case which considered the implications of seeking to amend a lease renewal claim after the expiry of the statutory s26 notice period provided…

Case studies

Mills v Mills – Maintenance payments after divorce

It’s an interesting time in the field of family law. We recently discussed the case of Owens v Owens in the supreme court, and now we have seen the case…


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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