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Yesterday saw the launch of the portal through the government gateway, HMRC have stated that the portal can cope with high levels of traffic and that claims will be paid six days after submission. The Government have also released further amendments to the scheme and we have summarised the key points below. Specifically looking to…

Something that may be at the forefront of your mind, given the current times we are in, is what would happen to your business if you were currently unable to work. We have put together the below article to guide you through some of the steps you can take depending on your circumstances. Whilst no…

It is important for many to remind themselves of the current position on ratings relief for vacant properties. Currently, ratings relief for vacant properties are governed by legislative instruments, they are often complex and difficult to follow.  As an overview, the legislation states that where a property is unoccupied, the owning ratepayer and the property…

Amongst a range of measures introduced by the Government amid the Coronavirus, recent communication has alluded to the sense that additional measures to assist ratepayers with business rates will be unveiled. The details of these measures are yet to be revealed, however, we have detailed all of the given information to date below. Government Measures…

As with many areas, residential transactions have been impacted by the Coronavirus. We have summarised our key advice and support we are offering. Homebuyers and renters are being advised to delay moving to a new house as far as possible, during these unprecedented times. However, if a delay cannot be agreed and contractual reasons mean…

As with many services, the impact of Coronavirus has meant that new ways to execute documents which require witnessing are having to be considered. This is the case in relation to the execution of Wills which have become increasingly urgent in the wake of the Covid – 19 virus. The firm is currently still offering…

Due to the current guidance from the Government on overcoming this pandemic, all parties have been urged to stay at home unless absolutely necessary. But what does that mean for those due to move home? We’ve put together guidance to help you overcome this obstacle. Advice for the Public What does this mean for my…

Amongst a range of introduced measures to help businesses, the Government has also ordered a moratorium (temporary ban) on commercial landlord sanctions for 3 months, this includes forfeiture or CRAR (Commercial rent arrears recovery). Forfeiture or re-entry is the landlord’s right to determine the lease in the following instances: Where a tenant has breached any…

As businesses begin to enter unknown territories and attempt to adjust accordingly due to the impact of Covid-19, there has been an increase in enquiries in businesses options to lay off employees or to put them on short-time working. We’ve put together a guide to help you understand your options during this challenging period. What…

Many of our clients when getting a divorce, find themselves needing to enter the court process in order to resolve financial matters. This can cause stress to mount and the current delay of the courts due to the impact of the Coronavirus causing court adjournments isn’t helping with the stress. The court has also just…

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