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Boundary Dispute Solicitors – Resolve your Dispute

Boundary dispute solicitors are lawyers specialising in resolving disputes between neighbours over property boundaries. A specialist property dispute solicitor can help you to understand the law governing boundary disputes. They can also investigate the facts of your...

Breach of Contract Claims: A Short Guide

What is a breach of contract? Under English contract law, a breach of contract occurs when one party fails to fulfil obligations of the contractual terms without a lawful excuse. This failure can take many forms, such as failing to deliver goods or services, failing...

Are restrictive covenants on land enforceable?

Restrictive covenants on land are a critical aspect for property owners in England and Wales to understand. These legal obligations can significantly affect how land can be used. It can also potentially impact property value and owners’ plans. Many land owners may...
Breach of Contract Claims: A Short Guide

Breach of Contract Claims: A Short Guide

What is a breach of contract? Under English contract law, a breach of contract occurs when one party fails to fulfil obligations of the contractual terms without a lawful excuse. This failure can take many forms, such as failing to deliver goods or services, failing...

Are restrictive covenants on land enforceable?

Are restrictive covenants on land enforceable?

Restrictive covenants on land are a critical aspect for property owners in England and Wales to understand. These legal obligations can significantly affect how land can be used. It can also potentially impact property value and owners’ plans. Many land owners may...

Challenging a Bankruptcy Petition | Avoiding Bankruptcy

Challenging a Bankruptcy Petition | Avoiding Bankruptcy

A bankruptcy petition is a formal legal request presented to the court by a creditor. The petitioning creditor is typically seeking to declare an individual or business bankrupt due to unpaid debts. The process is governed by the Insolvency Rules 2016 and the...

How to Recover Debt from an Individual

How to Recover Debt from an Individual

In the landscape of business transactions, encountering situations where debts are owed is not uncommon. Whether you operate as a sole trader, small business or manage a large corporation, navigating the complexities of debt recovery is crucial to safeguarding your...

Business to Business Contracts – A Short Guide

Business to Business Contracts – A Short Guide

Business to Business (B2B) contracts refer to agreements between two commercial entities. These contracts are foundational to commercial transactions and business relationships. They cover a wide range of interactions, including the sale of goods or services, supply...

Shareholder Dispute Solicitors: Our panel of solicitors

Shareholder Dispute Solicitors: Our panel of solicitors

Partnership and shareholder conflicts may emerge in various scenarios, ranging from differences in business strategy to accusations of wrongdoing. These disputes carry the potential to significantly affect a company’s stability and success, presenting a difficult...

Minority shareholder oppression: What can be done?

Minority shareholder oppression: What can be done?

A minority shareholder is a shareholder who owns less than 50% of the total shares in a private company. In other words, a minority shareholder is one who does not hold a controlling interest in the company. The majority shareholders are those who hold more than 50%...

Construction Professional Negligence Claims: Legal Action

Construction Professional Negligence Claims: Legal Action

Construction professional negligence claims arise when a professional within the construction industry. Examples include when an architect, building surveyor or engineer, fails to exercise the required standard of care and skill expected in their field. The standard...

How to recover debt from a company – A short guide

How to recover debt from a company – A short guide

According to recent research, the average bad debt amongst UK SMEs has jumped 61%, from £10,329 in Spring 2022 to £16,641 in 2023. Additionally, it is reported from the same research, that today, SMEs each have an average of £68,413 owed to them in unpaid invoices....

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