Formal written contracts can secure the future of your business
August 14, 2012
Commercial law

Signing on the dotted line and why a written contract should be at the heart of your business

There is one often-overlooked area vital to secure future business success – formal written contracts for business partners, suppliers and customers. Setting up a business can be both...

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May 11, 2012
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Agricultural law firms – what you need to know

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May 11, 2012
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Buying your home – what is conveyancing?

Alistair Millar, a conveyancing lawyer at Tallents Solicitors in Southwell explains the key legal procedures that must be dealt with before completion of the purchase can take place. When buying...

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May 11, 2012
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Charity begins at home

Frances Kelly, of Tallents Solicitors in Newark, explains how you can leave a legacy that will help future generations for many years to come.  The current economic crisis has affected the attitudes...

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April 4, 2012
All Tallents Articles Buying a home

The NewBuy scheme, a helping hand up the property ladder

Alistair Millar, solicitor at Tallents in Southwell advises how purchasers of new build homes could benefit from the NewBuy initiative.  12th March 2012 saw Housing Minister Grant Shapps, launch the...

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April 4, 2012
Agricultural law All Tallents Articles

What rural landowners need to know about the Localism Act 2011

Alistair Millar, an agricultural lawyer at Tallents Solicitors in Southwell explains three key aspects of the Act, which could affect rural landholdings.  In November 2011, the Localism Bill...

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April 4, 2012
All Tallents Articles Business law

Setting up in business?

Alistair Millar, solicitor at Tallents in Southwell advises new business start-ups and gives some guidance for ‘would-be’ bosses.  2011 saw nearly 480,000 new businesses set up in the UK, as...

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February 7, 2012
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Long term care planning – be careful what you wish for

With life expectancies steadily increasing, Frances Kelly of Tallents Solicitors in Newark explores why preparing for long term care funding is a subject we should all be concerned about, especially...

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February 7, 2012
Agricultural law All Tallents Articles Articles

Inheriting the farm – ensuring smooth succession for an agricultural tenancy

Some families have been farming tenanted agricultural land for generations and the younger generation may be keen to carry on a farming tradition, but there are a number of tests for the smooth...

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