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Developer Caught Out by Overage Clause

Developer Caught Out by Overage Clause

Developer Caught Out by Overage Clause   An “Overage Clause” in a property sale contract seeks to give the seller an extra payment if specified conditions are met – usually relating to the grant of planning permission. Such clauses need to cover many possibilities...

Divorce – When Sleeping Dogs Wake Up!

Divorce – When Sleeping Dogs Wake Up!

Divorce – When Sleeping Dogs Wake Up! When a marriage comes to an end, the parties are often tempted to allow things to drift. They decide to go their separate ways and may not feel any urgent need to confront what may be difficult issues between them. The temptation...

GDPR – Lessons from the supply chain

GDPR – Lessons from the supply chain

Lessons from the supply chain 9 weeks on businesses are now used to being asked to agree long, seemingly complex terms and conditions relating to GDPR – should you just agree them and move on? What risks are you taking if you do? In most cases reassurance can be...

Heald Updates

GDPR Workshop Feedback

GDPR Workshop Feedback On the 8th March, we held our first GDPR Workshop here at our offices. We were delighted to have had such interest as the event booked out within two days. Our commercial lawyers, Shital Odedra and David Dees, delivered the workshop to over 30...

GDPR Workshop

*** Now booking for 22nd March *** Is GDPR making you nervous? Do you have questions but not sure who to ask? You are not alone. 24% of EU companies surveyed by IAPP and TrustArc stated the complexity of the Law as the main reason they will not be compliant before...

Time for Tea

Time for Tea

  On 19th October 2017, Heald Solicitors had a great time hosting a ‘Time for Tea’ event and raised £238.03 for Willen Hospice! Willen Hospice is a local charity who provide end of life care for in-patients and out in the community, as well as bereavement support and...

Educational Articles

Why you should register your tenant’s deposit

Why you should register your tenant’s deposit

Register your Tenant’s deposit!   The Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) is a government-approved tenancy deposit scheme in England and Wales. Under the Housing Act 2004, Landlords and letting agents are required to protect deposits on assured shorthold tenancies that...

New Build Developments – Acquiring Land

New Build Developments – Acquiring Land

New Build Development - Acquiring Land You’ve been a property developer refurbishing existing buildings but are thinking bigger. New build development can be a daunting prospect but it needn’t be. You get wind of a potential site that is ripe for development and on...