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What happens if a shareholder can't be located for a MVL or CVL?

Karen Edwards
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In this article, Corporate and Commercial Partner Karen Edwards looks at what can be done if a shareholder cannot be located.

This article is lifted from Karens presentation at our first annual insolvency conference.

VIDEO: Mortgages, charges and debentures (Coffee Break Briefing)

Malcolm Niekirk
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On Monday 9th May,  Malcolm Niekirk  held one of his popular Coffee Break Briefing Webinars. In the webinar, Malcolm looked at mortgages, charges and debentures. Here is the recording of the webinar... If you would prefer to read the...

How to deal with a Restrictive Covenant on a Property

Patsy Whitford
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In this article, Commercial Property Solicitor Patsy Whitford looks at the implications of having a restrictive covenant on a property that you own or are looking to buy.

Patsy goes on to outline what happens when a covenant is breached and discusses how you can remove a covenant from your property.

Working with Leisure Businesses - Advice for Insolvency Practitioners

Malcolm Niekirk
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In his latest Coffee Break Briefing webinar, Frettens’ own Insolvency Guru Malcolm Niekirk looked at leisure businesses.

This is the summary of that briefing where Malcolm discusses the issues that are affecting leisure businesses and what IPs need to consider when working with businesses in the sector.

Energy Performance Certificates - What are they, when are they required and why?

Hannah Martin
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In this article, Commercial Property Solicitor Hannah Martin outlines everything you need to know about EPCs and the upcoming changes to them as well as discussing how you can prepare.

IPs - Understanding Rent Arbitrations

Malcolm Niekirk
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Insolvency Guru Malcolm Niekirk looks at rent arbitrations and the opportunities for insolvency practitioners for IBR (independent business review) work. 

Commercial subletting - What is it, how does it work, and can I do it?

Richard Ramshaw
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In this article, Commercial Property Solicitor Richard Ramshaw looks at subletting. He outlines what it is, how it works and whether you can sublet your property.

He goes on to discuss the benefits and risks of subletting and provides some expert advice from both a tenant and subtenant perspective.

Residential Storm damage and Business Disruption - who's liable?

Michelle Hayter
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In this article, Dispute Resolution Partner Michelle Hayter discusses your liability for storm damage to both your property and neighbouring property.

And, Commercial Associate Sarah Sillar looks at business disruption as a result of storms, and how businesses can protect themselves against legal action.

Bounce Back Loans and some issues around them

Malcolm Niekirk
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Malcolm looks at a hot topic - Bounce Back Loans (BBL). Malcolm provided an overview of BBLs, looked at their status as unsecured and discusses some of the misuses and abuses of the loan.

Lease or Licence: What's the difference and which is best?

Richard Ramshaw
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In his first article, Commercial Property Solicitor Richard Ramshaw outlines the difference between a commercial lease and licence.

Richard goes on to discuss which is best, from both a landlord and tenant perspective.

Coffee Break Briefing Video: An overview of committees and working with them

Malcolm Niekirk
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On Monday 13th November,  Malcolm Niekirk  held one of his popular Coffee Break Briefing Webinars. In the webinar, Malcolm looked at Committees. He looked at working with committees, issues that committees deal with, how they are set up and ...

Understanding Consumer Rights & Refunds

Hem Gujadhur
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Corporate & Commercial Paralegal Hem Gujadhur outlines consumer rights to refunds and exchanges, so that business can ensure that they get it right and don't have to face legal action.

Pre-Appointment Liquidation sales: An alternative to administration pre-packs?

Malcolm Niekirk
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Malcolm looks at pre-appointment liquidation sales as an alternative to administration pre-packs. He discusses a bit of insolvency history, the options for going concerns, the twilight zone, issues for IPs and directors and commercial issues.

Coffee Break Briefing Video: Pre-Appointment Liquidation sales

Malcolm Niekirk
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On Monday 8th November,  Malcolm Niekirk  held one of his popular  Coffee Break Briefing  Webinars. In the webinar, Malcolm looked at pre-appointment liquidation sales as an alternative to administration pre-packs. Here is the recording...

Complying with the new auto-renewing contract principles

Hem Gujadhur
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Businesses who use auto-renewing contracts will need to comply with new principles.

Corporate & Commercial Paralegal Hem Gujadhur outlines these principles in this article, discussing the result of non-compliance.

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