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Should I make a Will now? The question we are being asked during the Coronavirus Pandemic.

To download this article as a PDF, please click here. There has been a significant increase in the number of people seeking to make a Will or review their Wills during the current crisis as well as executing Powers of Attorney. We understand that this may be a cause of great anxiety especially as we …

Should I make a Will now? The question we are being asked during the Coronavirus Pandemic.

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What does Coronavirus mean for landlords and tenants?

To read this article as a PDF, please click here. As a consequence of the COVID-19 outbreak we are all now living in unprecedented times. Shops selling non-essential goods have been forced to close.  People have been instructed to stay at home.  So what does this mean for landlords and tenants?   THE LAW, WHAT …

What does Coronavirus mean for landlords and tenants?

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The practicalities of furloughing employees

Click here, to download a PDF version of this article. Furloughed employees and how to make a claim through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme The Government has now released further details in respect of the Job Retention Scheme and the practicalities of making a claim. They have confirmed that: The scheme is expected to be …

The practicalities of furloughing employees

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IR35 – May the force be with you

“IR35” – it could almost be mistaken for a character from the latest Star Wars film, and whilst IR35 is not a new concept, it will be hitting the private sector now in 2021*. If your business currently engages consultants or contractors operating as part of a personal service company, this is a premiere that …

IR35 – May the force be with you

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International Women’s Day #EachforEqual

International Womens Day, although an important focal point for the movement of women’s rights, has evolved to become a more all-encompassing standpoint and reflective of the need and want for a completely equal society. Given my role at Sherrards as a Partner in the Employment team and as Head of HR, I am interested (naturally) …

International Women’s Day #EachforEqual

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Tenancy Deposit – No such thing as too much information

Residential landlords must, where there are Assured Shorthold Tenancies (lettings to individuals with an annual rent of less than £100,000), hold the deposit in a statutory tenancy deposit protection scheme.  This applies to all new deposits held or ASTs entered into on or after 6 April 2007. There are two types of schemes: a custodial …

Tenancy Deposit – No such thing as too much information

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