Whilst many people enjoy fireworks at this festive time of year it is accepted that fires can cause huge amounts of damage and have devastating impacts on lives. In a recent judgement the Court of Appeal has emphasised the importance of obtaining insurance against fire damage.
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In this months edition of E-Legal, Head of Business Services John Noctor highlights the legal issues around brand management, Solicitor James Johnston gives an overview of health and safety enforcement, fines and prosecutions and leases guru Tony Lake shares practical advice on break clauses.
Head of Commercial Property Tony Lake gives practical advice to tenants planning early termination of their leases.
When can an occupier claim a beneficial interest in a property and what should a potential buyer do to avoid hitting problems? John Coulter explains...
In May's E-Legal: Advice on mineral rights in "Your place or mine?", procurement advice for academies and public sector bodies plus details of our latest events.
In this issue of E-Legal, John Priddle gets whimsical about leap years and quarter days while Aaron Lyons explains the impact of a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal on fixed term workers and redundancy.
Property solicitor John Priddle explains the origins of quarter days in the property calendar and the challenges of leap years for landlords and tenants.
A business looking for premises to operate from might consider buying, leasing or even working from home. Tony Lake from Burnetts considers the pros and cons of each option.
For commercial tenants, negotiating reasonable lease terms is a crucial part of developing a successful business.
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