Monthly Archives: July 2014

Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain

It was a battle fought in the Court room and in the media but is it right that the taxpayer has been left to pick up the bill? Earlier this year The Plantagenet Alliance was unsuccessful at the final hearing … Continue reading

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Holiday Pay Warning – Are you paying the correct amount?

A number of recent case-law judgements have suggested a shift in the law in favour of employees receiving enhanced pay whilst on holiday. Basic pay no longer cuts the mustard in some cases. This development could have a significant impact … Continue reading

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Hat trick for Suarez; three bites and you’re out

Fifa have handed Suarez the longest ban in World Cup history which will see Suarez barred from all ‘football related activity’ for a period of 4 months. The ban is the biggest in World Cup history, beating the eight games … Continue reading

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The 10% Commission Campaign

Earlier this month a petition was presented to Downing Street requesting a review of the 10% commission that has historically been paid to site owners on the sale of a park home. The Park Home Owners Justice Campaign (“PHOJC”), who … Continue reading

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Where there’s a will, there’s a way

Death and mental incapacity are two subjects that everyone would probably rather not think about. However, addressing these subjects early on and including them as part of succession planning for a park business will save significant time, money and stress … Continue reading

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Guarantor’s Liabilities

Whenever a guarantor is party to a lease, it is critical that any subsequent changes to the lease are correctly documented and the guarantor has signed up to any such variations.   In the recent well reported case of Topland Portfolio … Continue reading

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Reading the Riot Act

The Riot (Damages) Act 1886 provides a right to claim compensation where premises are damaged or destroyed by rioters from the statutory body responsible for overseeing the local police. In a landmark decision, the Court of Appeal has awarded compensation … Continue reading

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