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What to Do If Your Commercial Lease is Due to Expire

If your commercial lease is due to expire then you have two options available: either remain in situ or vacate the premises. The way you execute your decision depends on[...]

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How to Make a Lasting Power of Attorney

To make a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) in England and Wales, you need to fill in the necessary forms and register your LPA with the Office of the Public[...]

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What to Consider When Renting a Commercial Property

There’s a lot to consider when renting a commercial property. This doesn’t just extend to the look and space of the premises; you need to be aware of any hidden[...]

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Probate: Frequently Asked Questions

If your loved one has recently died, then you may have come across the term ‘Probate’. Most people don’t encounter the Probate process until a friend or family member passes[...]

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Are Christmas Gifts Exempt from Inheritance Tax?

Christmas gifts can be exempt from inheritance tax. It all depends on who receives the gift and how much the gift is worth. Gifts and inheritance tax A gift is[...]

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Buying Commercial Property at Auction

Buying a commercial property at auction is different to buying a commercial property on the open market. It requires more planning and preparation, meaning you will need to instruct a[...]

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Why Use a Conveyancing Solicitor When Buying a Property?

A conveyancing solicitor or licenced conveyancer can identify any potential problems with your property purchase. This includes boundary issues, access rights, issues with the lease and even fraud. This gives[...]

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What Happens If You Die Without a Will?

If you die without a Will, your assets will be distributed amongst your next of kin. The law decides who inherits from your estate and in what proportion. This might[...]

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Commercial Tenants: Renegotiating a Commercial Lease

As a commercial tenant, you are entitled to renegotiate your commercial lease. Your landlord is not obliged to agree to your proposed terms, but given the current market conditions, they[...]

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