Published 2nd July 2018 by Claudia Leathart, Duncan King Law
What does it mean to have ‘mental capacity’ when it comes to signing a will or an important legal document? This has recently become a hot topic, with new case...
Published 2nd July 2018 by Gillian Stuart, Aspiring Law
Questions you shouldn’t ask job applicants
Published 2nd July 2018 by Angela Stafford, Wain & Naysmith
Inherited debt? What if your parents die broke?
Published 2nd July 2018 by Anonymous
As you will already be aware from our article in the Autumn edition of Fineprint, from 1 July 2018 all law firms must comply with the requirements of the Anti-Money...
Published 21st May 2018 by Geraldine Biggs, Corcoran French
Compensation awards for employees who have suffered emotional harm in the workplace have traditionally been low, which has been favourable for employers facing claims by employees.Recently, however, compensation amounts have...
Published 8th May 2018 by Catherine Donaldson, Wilkinson Rodgers Lawyers
To talk further about any of the topics we’ve covered, or indeed any property matter, please don’t hesitate to contact us – our details are above.
Published 8th May 2018 by Hamish Kennedy, Knapps Lawyers
Property investors will be familiar with the bright-line test where there are potential tax issues if a residential rental property is owned for less than two years before it is sold.