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Common Issues for Charity Trustees

David Porter
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Most charities are run by well-meaning and delightful people, who are dedicated to their own charity. As a result, they are frequently more tied up with what the charity does, rather than taking a broader view of their responsibilities.  ...

Structure of a Commercial Lease

Joseph Hossein
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STRUCTURE OF A COMMERCIAL LEASE Leases can be lengthy and complicated documents. Well drafted leases however tend to follow a similar format. Below is a quick glimpse at the format and key parts of many commercial leases: Date of the Lease – One...

Real Axe with a point and a pint

David Darlington
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FIELDINGS PORTER ADVISE ON SET UP OF NEW ADVENTURE TO HELP YOU REAL AXE WITH A POINT AND A PINT Fieldings Porter’s David Darlington, an Associate Solicitor in the Commercial Department, recently advised Real Axe Ltd on the opening of a new axe...

Resolving Financial Matters After A Relationship Breakdown

Pamela Donnellan
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For reasons of public policy, the court encourages people to settle their matrimonial disputes amicably. It is therefore possible to submit an agreed consent order to the court for approval without needing to attend. However, the court will not simply rubber...

Divorce: The Law Currently

Pamela Donnellan
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A divorce cannot be issued until the parties have been married for one year. The spouse who commences the proceedings is known as the Petitioner as they “petition” the Judge for a divorce. The spouse who receives the Divorce Petition from...

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