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Commercial Property: Tenant’s Breach of Lease – Part 1

Where a tenant is in breach of a covenant, a landlord may take steps to terminate the lease, referred to as forfeiture. Forfeiture does not automatically happen upon the tenant’s breach, but rather the landlord must take active steps to forfeit the lease. A well-drafted commercial leases will contain a clause which allows the landlord […]

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Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act – Pinney Talfourd

SMALL BUSINESS, ENTERPRISE AND EMPLOYMENT ACT 2015 No more annual returns, simplified statements of capital… what’s new in the world of company law for June 2016? The latest provisions from the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 came into effect on 30 June 2016. The Act is designed to improve transparency around company ownership […]

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Ten Tips to Grow Your Business

A preoccupation with turnover can hold back sustainable, profitable growth. Key to turning a small business into a profitable and growing medium-sized venture is letting your leadership style evolve. In most businesses, the business owner is a valuable lynch-pin. But they can also be causing a bottleneck that is stopping it from growing profitably. So, […]

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Automatic Enrolment is under constant and consistent review.

As you’d expect for a piece of legislation which impacts every single employer and employee in the UK… Automatic Enrolment is under constant and consistent review. There’s been plenty of work being done, by the pension regulator, the DWP and key players in the marketplace, to help ensure automatic enrolment is a success. This includes […]

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