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Alan Finlay discusses the two payments that employers need to consider when terminating the employment of an absent employee who has exhausted their sick pay.
Protecting tenants’ rights has been the focus of recent legislation; landlords have a chance for their views on to be heard on obtaining possession.
Who wouldn’t like to learn that Uncle Bertie’s gift has real – and significant – value? Claire Carberry explains that mitigating the tax implications of good fortune requires a lot more than luck.
With there being few jobs for life in the modern age, employers are used to giving notice of termination to staff. However, what seems to be a straight-forward area contains some traps for the unwary.
Jonathan Grant leads on sale of company providing medical supplies across the globe.
Can a covenant which would otherwise be unlawfully wide, be amended by the Court using the so called “blue pencil” to render it enforceable? The Court said yes in their judgement on the recent Tillman v Egon Zehnder case
The High Court has overturned a decision barring a widow from bringing a claim against her late husband’s estate because the time limit for doing so had passed.
Gifts with leaseback can be a useful tax planning tool, but it's not for everyone.
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