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What to do if you receive a statutory demand…

9th August, 2018

We have been approached by a number of clients who have received a statutory demand, either personally or to their company, and they have asked us what to do about it. One business was contacted by a company demanding payment of a debt owed under a contract for TV advertising in a shopping mall.  We presume – but... Read More »

Experienced disputes lawyer Stephen Taylor joins Aaron & Partners LLP

27th July, 2018

Stephen Taylor has joined the firm as a Partner in its renowned Dispute Resolution & Insolvency department Top 200 law firm Aaron & Partners LLP has strengthened its team by recruiting a senior solicitor with more than 20 years’ experience as a law-firm Partner. Stephen Taylor joins the firm’s highly respected Dispute Resolution and Insolvency team working from... Read More »

Bailiffs: When you should NOT pay.

24th April, 2018

Jan Chillery, Insolvency Partner at Aaron & Partners LLP, shares her experience and the reasons why we should be cautious before paying so-called “ bailiffs ” over the phone or online without vetting them first. My neighbour has told me that recently he had a CCJ (County Court Judgment) against him. A day or so later, he received a... Read More »

Eviction of Residential Tenants in England

13th December, 2016

This article discusses the Eviction of Residential Tenants in England – Changes to the Section 21 notice procedure. Under the Deregulation Act 2015, there have been some changes to the service requirements in relation to the notices (known as Section 21 notices) that have to be served to end an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (“AST”). The new procedure applies... Read More »

Breach of Property Rights – a note for property developers

1st December, 2016

This article discusses breach of Property Rights – in Particular Rights to Light – and is a note for property developers. A recent case has cemented the approach of the court in right to light claims, namely whether damages or an injunction will be awarded in relation to a successful claim. Scott –v- Aimiuwu (2015) supports and builds... Read More »

The Importance of a Clear Whistleblowing Policy

20th April, 2016

The impact of mishandling whistleblowing became evident last month when construction firm Balfour Beatty paid out £137,000 to a former employee for unfair dismissal and victimisation.... Read More »

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