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Buying and Selling Horses
Whatever you pay for your horse or pony the same principles will apply. When you buy or sell a horse you create a contract, which is governed by basic contract…
By on Tuesday 25th August 2009
Horse Livery Agreements
Few of us are fortunate enough to have the facilities to enable us to keep our horses at home. Fortunately, there are many different types of livery available, which offer…
By on Friday 14th August 2009
Horse Loan Agreements
No horse owner needs to be told that the financial cost of owning a horse is considerable! In times like these, loaning your horse or having a horse on loan…
By on Wednesday 12th August 2009
Equine Tourism in Cumbria
Horse riding and equine tourism is on the increase, particularly in scenic parts of the country such as ours. Recent figures published by the British Horse Society suggest that 4.3…
By on Tuesday 7th July 2009
A New Corporate Form for Charities
Later this month, the Office of the Third Sector will be publishing a summary of the responses they received to their consultation on the introduction of the Charitable Incorporated Organisation…
By on Tuesday 9th June 2009
Directors of companies often make the mistake of believing that they are immune from liability for the acts of their company. However, there are occasions in which directors can be…
By on Monday 11th May 2009
Varying Terms and Conditions of Employment Contracts
Before deciding whether variations will make any difference, all of the relevant terms of the employees(s) contract must be established. Although a contract of employment should be in writing, even…
By on Thursday 2nd April 2009
Dealing with Long Term Absence
Following the recent ECJ decision on holiday entitlements for those on long term sick leave, more employers than ever are considering terminating the employment of those who are incapable of…
By on Wednesday 18th March 2009
There is an old saying that business and pleasure do not mix. Much the same can often be said about business and families. From Caligula in Ancient Rome, through JR’s…
By John Noctor on Wednesday 25th February 2009
In these days of economic downturn, the newspapers contain daily reports of companies looking to make redundancies in order to secure their financial future. Redundancy may well be a solution…
By on Thursday 15th January 2009
Recruitment has long been an involved and complex process, as Employers endeavour to ensure that their investigations into a potential recruit do not fall foul of the law.
By on Friday 3rd October 2008