Commercial Client News

Compromise Agreements and the Equality ActMay 9, 2012

A compromise agreement is a legally binding agreement by which an employee undertakes to refrain from instigating Employment Tribunal (ET) proceedings against his or her...

Compromise Agreements and the Equality ActMay 9, 2012

A compromise agreement is a legally binding agreement by which an employee undertakes to refrain from instigating Employment Tribunal (ET) proceedings against his or her...

Parent Company Liable in Landmark Asbestos CaseMay 8, 2012

A worker who developed asbestosis after being exposed to high levels of asbestos between 1959 and 1961 was unable to pursue a personal injury claim...

Parent Company Liable in Landmark Asbestos CaseMay 8, 2012

A worker who developed asbestosis after being exposed to high levels of asbestos between 1959 and 1961 was unable to pursue a personal injury claim...

Parent Company Liable in Landmark Asbestos CaseMay 8, 2012

A worker who developed asbestosis after being exposed to high levels of asbestos between 1959 and 1961 was unable to pursue a personal injury claim...

Services – Should the Landlord Charge VAT?May 4, 2012

In general, rents on property are exempt supplies for VAT purposes. However, a landlord often supplies other services to tenants, such as cleaning and maintenance....

Services – Should the Landlord Charge VAT?May 4, 2012

In general, rents on property are exempt supplies for VAT purposes. However, a landlord often supplies other services to tenants, such as cleaning and maintenance....

Services – Should the Landlord Charge VAT?May 4, 2012

In general, rents on property are exempt supplies for VAT purposes. However, a landlord often supplies other services to tenants, such as cleaning and maintenance....

Failure to Register Renders Property InaccessibleMay 2, 2012

When the owner of a property failed to register a right of access, trouble was in store. The claimant owned a property (number 37) which was...

Failure to Register Renders Property InaccessibleMay 2, 2012

When the owner of a property failed to register a right of access, trouble was in store. The claimant owned a property (number 37) which was...