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Insolvency changes you need to be aware of

Insolvency changes you need to be aware of

On 26 August 2018 the government announced a range of proposed changes to insolvency law. The proposed changes deal with measures aimed at saving companies in difficulty from being wound up or dissolved, and measures aimed at dealing with the fallout from failed...

Company Liquidation

Company Liquidation

Company Liquidation – Court Strikes Out Multi-Million Wrongful Trading and Clawback Claims   A recent case vividly illustrates the dangers of a Liquidator launching legal action against the Directors or former Directors of the company without giving the matter proper...

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...

Heald Updates

She’s doing it again ….

She’s doing it again ….

Well. Here I go again on the Extramile Challenge. At least I know what I’m doing these days….   Extramile exists to raise charity funds which it then applies to other charities. It takes no profit from its activities. Each team also raises funds that they then give to...

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...

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...