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Why the purchase of a bed and breakfast property requires a specialist
Practising Consultant Susan Scott explains why it's important to instruct a specialist solicitor when buying a bed and breakfast property.
By Susan Scott on Monday 21st May 2018
HR & Employment Law Update - May 2018
Sophie Allinson gives an update on three recent and notable employment law cases in her May 2018 update.
By Sophie Allinson on Tuesday 15th May 2018
Meet the Estate Agent: Gemma Robinson, H&H King
Burnetts' conveyancing team speaks to Gemma Robinson, Sales Negotiator at H&H King Estate Agents to find out more about the company and her top tips for sellers.
By Christina Foster on Tuesday 8th May 2018
Leasehold: a ticking time bomb?
Property lawyer Rob Mason investigates the problems with leasehold ownership of residential properties in the UK.
By Rob Mason on Friday 27th April 2018
BPS penalties: Common cross compliance breaches
Agribusiness lawyer Rachel Elliott outlines the most common cross compliance breaches for farmers to be aware of when claiming for BPS payments.
By Rachel Elliott on Friday 27th April 2018
HR & Employment Law Update - April 2018
Employment Law Lawyer Sophie Allinson takes a look at the various important changes to Employment Law made this month...
By Sophie Allinson on Wednesday 18th April 2018
Employee suspension - something to think about
Employment Law & HR Partner Nigel Crebbin highlights why employers should think carefully before suspending an employee pending a disciplinary hearing...
By Nigel Crebbin on Wednesday 18th April 2018
The Rural Housing Push
Recently, the government has announced a number of measures aimed at significantly boosting housing in rural areas. The measures will be introduced through changes to permitted development rights and changes…
By Daniel Addis on Monday 9th April 2018
GDPR: Top 5 Tips for Businesses
With time running out in the lead up to GDPR, Data law expert Vaughan Jones gives his top five practical tips for businesses to help prepare.
By Vaughan Jones on Thursday 29th March 2018
New Telecommunications Code now in force
Senior Associate Joanne McKenzie reports on the new regulations for network operators and land owners when dealing with telecommunications equipment.
By Joanne McKenzie on Friday 9th March 2018
Solicitor Ben Crystal explains conditional contracts, which can be used when the sale or purchase of a property depends on permissions being granted from a third-party.
By Ben Crystal on Wednesday 28th February 2018