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By Nick Kounoupias
It was George Orwell, in his iconic book Animal Farm, who claimed that all animals are created equal, but that some are more equal than others.
By Paul Goss
Further to my article last week, we have today learned that the Court of Appeal has found in favour of landlords in the much anticipated case of "Jervis & Others v Pillar Denton and Others".
By Paul Goss
Under existing insolvency law, if a company is placed into administration after a quarterly rent date falls due, even if by just one day, then Landlords will not be entitled to that quarter rent as an administration expense but will rather have to prove in the administration as an unsecured creditor.
By Gwen Godfrey
Energy efficiency in the private rented sector is set to become increasingly significant in the next few years, and landlords will find themselves having to pay much closer attention to efficiency ratings stated on Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs).
By Gwen Godfrey
As always there have been a number of developments in the field of lending to consumers and micro-enterprises.
By Gwen Godfrey
We mentioned money transfer services to Somalia and issues arising from the Money Laundering Regulations 2007 in one of our articles published last October.
By Gwen Godfrey
In November 2013, the Court of Appeal delivered its long-awaited judgment in the cases of Graiseley Properties Ltd and others v Barclays Bank Plc and Deutsche Bank and others v Unitech Global Limited [2013] EWCA Civ 1372.
By Gwen Godfrey
On 18 December 2013 the Treasury published its response to its consultation on reforms to the legislation relating to IPSs.
By Scott Garner
DMH Stallard has today published a research report highlighting the practical steps that businesses can take to ensure a healthy balance sheet.
By Jonathan Deverill
The Panel has made some changes to the Code, with effect from 30 September 2013, as a result of its 2012 Consultation Paper on profit forecasts and related matters.
By Jonathan Deverill
Following a consultation commenced last year (PCP 2012/3), the Panel has amended the "Introduction" to the Code with effect from 30 September 2013.
By Jonathan Deverill
The process of listing a company on a UK stock exchange can seem daunting, and the amount of effort required should not be underestimated.
By Jonathan Deverill
For many companies, listing on a stock exchange opens up a host of new opportunities and enables the business to reach even greater heights.
By Jonathan Deverill
"Did you buy any Royal Mail shares?" "Have you sold them yet?" Two of the most common "icebreaker" questions I have heard in the last fortnight or so.
By Scott Garner
Merlin Entertainments earlier this week announced plans to raise £200 million through going public on the London Stock Exchange.
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