In our recent article, we highlighted how the measures contained in the Corporate Governance and Insolvency Act 2020 were due to expire in the coming weeks. However, the Government have since announce...
It is a common misconception that setting up a Power of Attorney is something you should do after you retire.
The latest in this series of neighbour themed articles relates to tree branches which overhang from your neighbour’s property onto your own.
As part of the purchase of new premises for manufacturing, warehousing or general industrial use, there are several key documents that can help provide a picture of the liabilities being acquired with an industrial property.
At Keebles we know that when you are making a Will, you will come across a number of legal terms which you may not understand the meaning of.
Landlords have the right to forfeit the lease of tenants who fail to pay their service charge. Liz Rowen, Legal Director and Head of the Residential Property Management team at UK-top 200 Yorkshire law firm Keebles LLP, explains why a recent forfeiture case ruled in favour of the tenant and what lessons landlords can learn.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced an extension to the stamp duty holiday to 30 September 2021. Operations Manager at Keebles, Mike Ramsden, explains what it means for the industry.
If you are just going through or have been through a separation or divorce, thinking about your will is an important part of putting your affairs in order.