Monthly Archives: October 2010

Landmark Ruling on Pre Nuptial Agreements

On 20 October 2010 the Supreme Court delivered the long awaited judgment in the case of Radmacher v Granatino. Ms Radmacher is a very wealthy German Heiress thought to be worth in the region of £100 million.  Her ex husband … Continue reading

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Are You Trading Dangerously?

Trade Mark Infringement The use of certain signs or symbols in the course of trade is strictly regulated by law.  Well known examples of these signs or symbols include the “golden arches” of MacDonalds and the word “APPLE” in relation … Continue reading

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Selective Licensing in Cross Green and East End Park

On 1 October 2009 a Selective Licensing scheme for tenanted properties in the Cross Green and East End Park areas of Leeds was implemented.  The aim of the Scheme, which is managed by Leeds City Council, is to improve the … Continue reading

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