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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
Changing a farm business structure: What to consider…
Partner Richard Miller explains the benefits to farming businesses of changing business structure and why it’s important to plan ahead.
By Richard Miller on Monday 9th April 2018
The Benefits of Voluntary First Registration
Senior Associate Joanne McKenzie explains the benefits of voluntary final registration for your property and/or land...
By Joanne McKenzie on Wednesday 14th March 2018
Farm Business Tenancy or Grazing Licence?
Associate Solicitor Megan Richardson explains the differences between two commonly confused terms: 'Farm Business Tenancies' and 'Grazing Licences'...
By Megan Richardson on Wednesday 14th March 2018
Stamp Duty Land Tax for first time buyers: the changes
Head of Burnetts Residential Conveyancing team, Kathryn Hill, explains the new Government changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax for first time buyers.
By Kathryn Hill on Wednesday 7th February 2018
Top 5 Tips for Commercial Tenants
For many tenants taking a commercial lease is unchartered territory. So, as a tenant, what should you look out for? Commercial Property Solicitor Helen Hayward lists 5 things to get you started...
By Helen Hayward on Tuesday 30th January 2018
Suspension – a Neutral Act?
High Court judge has recently ruled that the suspension of a qualified teacher casts a shadow of doubt over the professional’s competence and cannot be considered neutral.
By Natalie Ruane on Friday 22nd September 2017