Monthly Archives: June 2017

Tax Planning Queries – Who to Listen to?

It is common for us to sit and chat over a cup of tea about what one person has heard or been told, but is it always right to take tax advice from a friend over a cup of tea? … Continue reading

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Knot On My Land

In what has been hailed as a landmark judgment, a home owner whose property was affected by Japanese knotweed from neighbouring land has been awarded damages against his neighbour. Japanese knotweed has been described as the UK’s most aggressive, destructive … Continue reading

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Recognising good service – How to motivate and reward staff

Being well organised, legally compliant and incentivising staff at your holiday park will lead to a productive and loyal work force. Organised chaos It is essential that all parks have a staff induction and training process. This ensures that an … Continue reading

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‘Persons with significant interest register’ – all you need to know about the upcoming changes

What is the PSC register? Since 6 April 2016, all UK companies and limited liability partnerships (LLP’s) have been required to keep a register of any ‘persons with significant control’ (“PSC”) of the company or LLP. For more information on … Continue reading

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What Does “Reasonable Endeavours” Mean?

The words “reasonable endeavours” or “best endeavours” can sometimes be found in contracts but what do they actually mean? The High Court was recently asked to consider this question in the case of Astor Management AG v Atalaya Mining Plc.  … Continue reading

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