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Restrictive Covenants on Land: Our Guide

Restrictive covenants on land play a significant role in regulating the use and development of properties. These legal agreements, often found within property deeds or contracts, impose certain limitations or obligations on landowners and housing developers regarding...

How to Remove a Restrictive Covenant on a Property

Restrictive covenants on properties are legal agreements that impose limitations on land use and development. Typically documented in property deeds or titles, these covenants are binding for all subsequent property owners. They serve various purposes, such as...

Compulsory Liquidation: What is Compulsory Liquidation?

What is compulsory liquidation? Compulsory liquidation, also known as compulsory winding up, is a legal process in England and Wales that leads to the dissolution of a limited company. It is initiated when a court orders the company to be wound up, usually because the...
Relief from Forfeiture Commercial Lease

Relief from Forfeiture Commercial Lease

What is forfeiture? Forfeiture of commercial leases, is a legal process through which a landlord can terminate the lease before its natural expiration date due to a breach of its terms by the tenant. This allows landlords to reclaim possession of their commercial...

Company Law Solicitors | Our Panel of Experts

Company Law Solicitors | Our Panel of Experts

Expert Commercial Law have a panel of specialist company law solicitors who can assist with all aspects of corporate and commercial law. Company law solicitors - How can they help? Company law solicitor specialise in providing legal advice and services related to...

Commercial arbitration – Alternative dispute resolution

Commercial arbitration – Alternative dispute resolution

What is commercial arbitration?   Commercial arbitration in is a well-established method for resolving disputes arising out of commercial transactions. This method allows parties to avoid the traditional court system, providing a potentially faster, more...

Business Energy Claims: Are you Entitled to Compensation?

Business Energy Claims: Are you Entitled to Compensation?

Business energy claims Knowing your consumer rights about energy services is vital in a time when transparency and fairness in business are important. Consumers should receive clear and truthful information about prices, tariffs, and commissions from energy providers...

Issuing a Winding Up Petition

Issuing a Winding Up Petition

A winding up order, also referred to as compulsory liquidation, is a formal legal measure initiated by the court that mandates a company to liquidate its assets and cease operations. Such orders typically result from a creditor presenting a winding up petition. A...

Director Disputes and Shareholder Disputes

Director Disputes and Shareholder Disputes

Director disputes within private companies can often pose significant challenges to the day-to-day operations and future of the business. Director disagreements are common and often arise from differences in strategy, governance, or conduct. For example, conflicts may...

Intellectual Property Rights: Trade Secrets

Intellectual Property Rights: Trade Secrets

What are trade secrets? In England and Wales, trade secrets are a type of intellectual property. Common law of confidence and the Trade Secrets (Enforcement, etc.) Regulations 2018, as well as case law provide trade secret protection. The Trade Secrets (Enforcement,...

Commercial debt recovery solicitors: Our panel of experts

Commercial debt recovery solicitors: Our panel of experts

Commercial debt recovery Cash flow is essential for running your business. But, what happens when clients or customers refuse to pay? That's where specialist debt recovery solicitors come in. Expert Commercial Law maintain a panel of specialist solicitors who can...

Non Performance of contract: What can be done?

Non Performance of contract: What can be done?

What is non performance of contract?   Non-performance of a contract refers to a situation where one or both parties fail to fulfil their obligations under the terms of the agreement they entered into. Under the law in England and Wales, non-performance of a...

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