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Archive for February, 2012

Feb 12

Selling Your Property at Auction

In recent years, increased mobility and growing rates of home ownership have meant that ever-larger numbers of people nowadays inherit properties from relatives who lived many miles away. Similarly, many...

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Feb 12

Construction Act Changes

On 1 October 2011, changes to the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (normally called the Construction Act) came into force. These apply to all relevant contracts entered into...

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Feb 12

Construction Act Changes

On 1 October 2011, changes to the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (normally called the Construction Act) came into force. These apply to all relevant contracts entered into...

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Feb 12

Making Training Costs Tax Deductible

Most business owners and managers think that training costs aimed at improving skills or business profits automatically qualify for tax relief, but that is not necessarily the case. The complexities of...

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Feb 12

Making Training Costs Tax Deductible

Most business owners and managers think that training costs aimed at improving skills or business profits automatically qualify for tax relief, but that is not necessarily the case. The complexities of...

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Feb 12

Dealing With an Insolvent Estate

One of the rules that applies to the administration of estates is that whilst a person appointed as executor under a will can refuse to accept the appointment, once an...

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Feb 12

Companies Act Model Articles – Think First

Since the Companies Act 2006 came into effect, the incorporation of a company has been straightforward as the Act provides an easy to use set of model articles of incorporation. However,...

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Feb 12

Companies Act Model Articles – Think First

Since the Companies Act 2006 came into effect, the incorporation of a company has been straightforward as the Act provides an easy to use set of model articles of incorporation. However,...

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Feb 12

Graduate Recruitment

Most businesses would like to benefit from an influx of talent, enthusiasm and fresh ideas. The challenge is to achieve it at an acceptable cost. One option is to employ a...

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Feb 12

New Face in Employment Law Team

Harrogate solicitors, Raworths, have appointed Victoria Notman as a solicitor in the Employment unit headed by partner, Deborah Boylan. Victoria brings the total number of solicitors in the Employment unit...

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Feb 12

Changing Conditions of Employment Still a ‘minefield’

Raworths Solicitors recently held their second employment law update seminar of the year at Betty’s Imperial Rooms with changing conditions of employment high on the agenda. Over seventy local business...

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Feb 12

Solar Panels – The Deadline Approaches

What do I need to consider if I am thinking of installing solar panels on the roof of my house? Generally, unless a residential property is a Listed Building, planning...

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Feb 12

Where Have all the Independent Travelling Salesmen Gone?

As a lawyer, I am frequently asked for my view as to the most ridiculous law that applies to business and which should be scrapped. Without hesitation, I have to...

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Feb 12

Does administration and liquidation always end in redundancy?

The UK economy has faced many challenges in recent years but there is hope that it has returned to positive growth and that a further recession will be avoided.  However,...

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Feb 12

Harrogate farmer speaks out against approach of local Planning Department

A farmer who has lost his Court battle to build a much-needed agricultural building on land on Meagill Lane, Blubberhouses after eight years of fighting against the Planning Department of...

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