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In January this year Clough & Willis submitted a response to the consultation "Reform of process to apply for bankruptcy and compulsory winding up”.  It was suggested by the Government that there would be substantial reformation of the process by which individuals were made bankrupt...

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Obviously they are disputes concerning boundaries but the nature and variety of the disputes that we come across and have dealt with over the years is extremely varied.  Sometimes we are consulted by clients who are worried that their neighbours have approached them to discuss putting up...

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A Voluntary Arrangement is, as its name suggests, an arrangement which an individual or a company enters into with its creditors.  An arrangement entered into by an individual is usually referred to as an IVA and an arrangement entered into by a company is usually referred to as a...

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A recent case has highlighted the obligations on businesses and the risk of acting on proper advice. Pontins Limited (now in administration) has just been sentenced for two offences of infringing the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 by failing in their duty to protect persons and...

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If you are a private landlord renting out a house or flat to an individual for them to live in, then it is likely that you will be creating an assured shorthold tenancy.  This will apply whether you have just one property or a large portfolio of properties.  Subject to certain...

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