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Major works: procedures in Mixed Use Developments

When carrying out major works, there are specific procedures that must be followed for residential...

Cleaning up your act!

Officers of companies could, in certain circumstances, find themselves responsible for breaches of...

Look Before You Leap With Trade Names

The first Intellectual Property Enterprise Court case heard outside London took place recently ,...

Licence Revocation Threat Averted by Prompt Action

Government regulatory decisions can have an instant and catastrophic impact on businesses, but...

Protecting your interest in your Limited Company

It is often the case that I am asked to draft a shareholders’ agreement or provide advice...

Trainee qualifies into Dispute Resolution team

A trainee solicitor at leading Essex law firm, Birkett Long, has seen his hard work and commitment...

Landlord's Redevelopment Plans Must Not Be Conditional

A recent case in which a landlord sought repossession of a property from its tenant on the ground...
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