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Tenancy law reforms ‘will knock down barriers’ for farmers

Tenancy law reforms ‘will knock down barriers’ for farmers

The government is introducing legal reforms to provide greater flexibility for tenant farmers. It says the Agricultural Holdings Act (AHA) will provide greater flexibility in tenancy law, bring legislation into the 21st century and make it fit for purpose for modern farming needs. Amendments include repealing the minimum succession retirement age of 65 to provide […]

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Coronavirus update – business continues

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Coronavirus update – business continues

Following the most recent Government announcements we want to let our clients know we are still here to help you through this challenging time. For the safety and wellbeing of our staff and visitors we have closed our office doors, but very much remain open for business, with our teams working remotely to continue to […]

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Coronavirus and Mortgage Payment Holidays

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Coronavirus and Mortgage Payment Holidays

As Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors are members of the UK200Group we are able to share with you the following information on Coronavirus and Mortgage Payment Holidays which has been brought to our attention by Ann Bibby, Vice Chair of the UK200Group Tax Panel and Partner, Ellacotts.  She has received the below from Andrew Green, Caboodle Financial […]

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Summary of the UK Government’s policy on ‘Furlough’ and the Coronavirus Job Retention scheme

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Summary of the UK Government’s policy on ‘Furlough’ and the Coronavirus Job Retention scheme

As Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors are members of the UK200Group we are able to share with you the latest advice on ‘Furlough’ from Helen Spencer FCIPD, Managing Partner Whittingham Riddell. We hope you will find this beneficial and we will continue to keep you informed of any useful advice during this difficult time. Q: What does […]

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Tenant fails to get extra compensation for noise from refurbishment

Tenant fails to get extra compensation for noise from refurbishment

A tenant has lost his appeal to increase the compensation offered by the landlord for noise and disturbance caused by refurbishment work. The tenant was a dentist. In 2010 he had purchased a practice and had taken over the lease of its premises, which had a rent of £14,500 per annum. The landlord began works […]

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