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Archive for January, 2010

Jan 10

Unlocking Your Equity – the Choices

There is a bewildering variety of equity release schemes on the market and, judging by the letters pages of the financial press, they are not well understood. Releasing equity in...

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Jan 10

How Drawdown Lifetime Mortgages Work

For people who have money tied up in their homes who wish to release capital for expenditure, or possibly to give to family members, the drawdown lifetime mortgage (DLM) is...

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Jan 10

Who Can Go Where?

In England and Wales, the law relating to access to land position is governed by the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. In England and Wales, the public have the...

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Jan 10

When Can I Access My Neighbour's Land?

Disputes between neighbours can cause a lot of unpleasantness. If you need to deal with your neighbours over matters related to land or property it is always advisable to try...

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Jan 10

Compensation for Loss of a Chance

Most claims for damages are claims for damages or losses which have actually happened. For example, if a lorry mounted the pavement and smashed a garden wall, the claim would...

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Jan 10

Treasure Trove – The Law

There are countless stories of buried treasure, for example, the recent a huge find of Roman artefacts  unearthed in London, but the public at large know little of the law relating to...

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Jan 10

What to do When Your IT Doesn't Work

These days it is increasingly the case that when your IT doesn't work, neither does your business. Clearly, the best way to deal with IT problems is prevention, which means...

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Jan 10

What to do When Your IT Doesn't Work

These days it is increasingly the case that when your IT doesn't work, neither does your business. Clearly, the best way to deal with IT problems is prevention, which means...

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Jan 10

Retirement Planning and Your Business

It is arguable that the whole point of any business should be to enable the owners to retire when they want and with the lifestyle they want on retirement. Of...

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Jan 10

Retirement Planning and Your Business

It is arguable that the whole point of any business should be to enable the owners to retire when they want and with the lifestyle they want on retirement. Of...

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Jan 10

Letters of Intent – Getting Them Right

What Is a Letter of Intent? Letters of intent, commonly referred to as 'heads of agreement', are used to indicate the terms under which two or more people intend to enter...

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Jan 10

Letters of Intent – Getting Them Right

What Is a Letter of Intent? Letters of intent, commonly referred to as 'heads of agreement', are used to indicate the terms under which two or more people intend to enter...

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Jan 10

Employee Fraud – Fraud Act 2006

Employee fraud continues to rise as the recession continues to bite - however,  the Fraud Act 2006 provisions make it easier to obtain convictions for fraud a than was possible...

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Jan 10

Employee Fraud – Fraud Act 2006

Employee fraud continues to rise as the recession continues to bite - however,  the Fraud Act 2006 provisions make it easier to obtain convictions for fraud a than was possible...

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Jan 10

Buying from an Administrator – Take Care

With businesses becoming insolvent in large numbers, opportunities abound to acquire assets from their administrators. However, the low prices sought for the assets are due, at least in part, to...

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Jan 10

Get the Christmas Party Right

It’s that time of year again. Love them or hate them, the invitations to office Christmas parties will be arriving soon if they haven’t already. For employers, parties pose a...

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Jan 10

Is there too much ‘Tweeting’, ‘Poking’ and ‘Blogging’ in the workplace?

Websites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and My Space have become powerful and useful social and business networking tools over recent years.  Let’s face it, it has advantages if a...

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