Coronavirus: How to handle your aged debts and your customers?
With the news that the last quarter of the financial year saw a record 194,203 new CCJs taken out against individuals in England and Wales, compared with 112,261 in the previous quarter, how can you get to grips with your aged debts?
Prompt Payment Code set to be enhanced
Since 2008, thousands of large companies have been signed up to the prompt payment code.
The first working day back in the office after Christmas is often dubbed as “divorce day” by family law solicitors.
Keebles advises on industrial services supplier share acquisition
Keebles has advised Rotherham-headquartered international industrial supplier, Acorn Industrial Services Ltd, on its share acquisition of Gloucestershire-based R W Bearings Limited.
Who is the RIBA and what are the “mandatory competences”?
The Royal Institute of British Architects (the “RIBA”) has recently announced that it will be introducing “mandatory competences” for its members, with testing to take place every 5 years.
Debt Relief Orders to be shaken up
Debt has long been a problem for many people in society and, since 2009, debtors who meet strict eligibility criteria have been able to apply to obtain what is known as a ‘Debt Relief Order’.
Common questions on unregistered land property transactions
Although the Land Registry is committed to having all land registered in the UK by 2030 14% of the freehold land in the UK remains unregistered. What does this mean for sellers and buyers when they co...
5 reasons you need to make a Will …. today!
Whatever stage of life you’re at, a properly drafted Will is something you simply cannot afford to be without. It is nothing to be fearful of … nor is it simply another job on your ‘to do’ list you can keep putting off!