New Commercial Property Class Creates Flexibility for Landlords and Tenants
The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2020 (SI 2020 No.757) were introduced by the government on 20 July, coming into effect on 1 September 2020. Making radical changes to the 1987 Use Classes Order for commercial properties, the new regulations have been designed to allow greater agility and a modern approach, in… Read MoreFind out more
Business Interruption, the Case Continues
You may be aware that on 17 September 2020 the High Court gave Judgment on the Insurers’ Test Case brought by the Financial Conduct Authority. It considered detailed policy wordings from eight representative Insurers and the Judgment itself runs to over 150 pages dealing with each policy. Simply, the outcome is:- If you were insured… Read MoreFind out more
Will the Job Retention Scheme Lead to an Increase in Redundancies and Settlement Agreements?
As we rapidly move towards the end of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and get ready to step into the Job Retention Scheme (JRS), many employers will be faced with questions of the financial stability of their business’. Whilst the CJRS has placed a greater financial burden on employers since the 1st August 2020… Read MoreFind out more
How Do You Know When It’s the End of the Road?
Going through a ‘bad patch’ is something that happens in most relationships. Be it due to the actions and behaviours of one of the parties involved in the relationship, or due to other external factors that create pressure and tensions on day to day life, with a concerted effort, many couples can come out the… Read MoreFind out more