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Ross Pierrepont discusses the upcoming employment law changes in 2018

Understanding Heads of Terms

3rd February 2020
If you are considering entering into a commercial property transaction or lease this year, then Harjit Singh, a commercial lawyer at Tallents Solicitors, discusses the advantages of seeking legal advice as early as possible in the proceedings before you agree any Heads of Terms or sign any documents. What are Heads of Terms? Heads of Terms are a document which… Read more

Do I need a licence to play music in my business?

18th April 2019
Do I need a licence to play music in my business?

There are many regulations and laws that small business owners need to be aware of and one that we see many fall foul of is not having the correct licences to play music on their premises, writes Jeremy Blatherwick, a commercial lawyer at Tallents Solicitors in Newark.

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Landlords urged to improve energy efficiency of properties or face civil penalties

25th June 2018

As of the 1st April 2018, the government introduced new legislation requiring all landlords to ensure that the properties they let out comply with the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 and meet the minimum energy efficiency standards Regulations (MEES) for domestic and commercial properties.

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Leasing or licensing a property – what’s best for your situation?

23rd April 2018
There are several ways that property can be occupied but the most the most common is through the granting of a Lease or a Licence. Mandy Kaur, a property law specialist at Tallents Solicitors in Newark explains the important differences that both tenants and landlords should understand so they can choose the best option to suit their circumstances. What is… Read more

New Year, new business? What should you consider?

31st January 2018
650,000 people set up a new business in the UK during 2016 according to the Centre for Entrepreneurs and these figures showed no signs of slowing down in 2017. No doubt, there are just as many budding entrepreneurs in the UK planning a business venture or launch in 2018, but what do you need to know from a legal stand… Read more