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How Will Brexit Affect Business?

January 7, 2021 | By Guest Poster | No Comments | Filed in: Business.

How Brexit will impact businesses will depend on every industry across the board. It is but prudent that if you have an existing business, you should be familiar with some expected realities to happen so that your livelihood can prepare well for a life after Brexit: 1) Legally Alluding to EU as a territory The • Read More »

How will Brexit affect consumers?

December 18, 2020 | By Guest Poster | No Comments | Filed in: Product.

Brexit will bring a lot of changes right across the UK. Consumers will have to adjust their budget, paying fees that were never considered before the exit. The extent of the impact will depend on whether you shop online or offline. How will Brexit affect consumers? Brexit will affect your online and offline shopping habits. • Read More »

4 things business owners don’t want to think about

October 25, 2020 | By Guest Poster | No Comments | Filed in: Business.

Entrepreneurship comes with a set of obligations and responsibilities. There are certain things that business owners should have in mind to run their projects in the right and legal way. Licenses Depending on the type of business that you’re running are the licenses that you need to operate. For example, if you plan on opening • Read More »

When to use a corporate finance lawyer

July 11, 2020 | By Guest Poster | No Comments | Filed in: Business.

What does a corporate finance lawyer do? If you’re thinking of merging your business with another or want to acquire another business in your sector, you may benefit from the expertise of a corporate finance lawyer. These lawyers address equity financing and every other aspect of the transactions that involve your business assets. What does • Read More »

The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 for commercial property

June 8, 2020 | By Guest Poster | No Comments | Filed in: Landlords.

The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, LTA 1954, governs the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants of properties that are occupied for business purposes. The correct requirements of the LTA 1954 must be adhered to otherwise the provisions are unlikely to be enforceable, regardless if you are: a landlord wishing to lease out a • Read More »

Laws for UK Landlords

May 15, 2020 | By Guest Poster | No Comments | Filed in: Landlords.

Are you a landlord in the UK? You’ll need to be aware of your responsibilities and ensure you think about what will keep your tenants happy. You need to be aware of the ways to keep your tenants happy. Safety standards There are responsibilities that you need to meet if you own a property and • Read More »

How do I fight my landlord for deposit?

May 12, 2020 | By Guest Poster | No Comments | Filed in: Landlords.

How to get your deposit back If you have an Assured Shorthold Tenancy, you could be eligible for a “no win, no fee” claim, you can also claim up to three times the original deposit amount. This applies to any form of rented accommodation from a private landlord. At the start of your tenancy, once • Read More »

What Is The Law On Dangerous Products?

April 23, 2020 | By Guest Poster | No Comments | Filed in: Product.

Proving fault in a product liability case There are some defective or dangerous products made available to consumers out of the millions of products manufactured and sold in the United States every year. If you have been injured for such a product while using it, then you can recover damages through a product liability case. • Read More »