Why is it necessary to provide ID and proof of funds when instructing a solicitor?
Providing ID and proof of funds is a requirement of The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and TrPrivate Wealth
What happens to a lasting power of attorney when someone dies?
A lasting power of attorney is an excellent way to ensure your health, welfare and financial affairsCommercial Property
Is stamp duty payable on commercial property?
Yes, Stamp Duty Land Tax is payable on commercial property with a purchase price of more than £150,Commercial Property
What’s the difference between a lease, a licence and tenancy at will?
A lease grants rights of exclusive possession for a fixed period, usually providing a business tenanConveyancing and Property
What is the difference between exchange and completion?
When buying or selling property exchange of contracts is when you have agreed on a moving date and yEmployment Law
How much is the national minimum wage?
On 1 April 2019, the national living and minimum wage increased to £8.21/hour for people aged 25 yeDisputes (personal)
On what grounds can a will be challenged?
A will can be challenged on a number of grounds: Undue influence Lack of knowledge and approval, meEmployment Law
Can an employee bring a claim for backdated holiday pay?
Yes, an employee can bring a claim for backdated holiday pay. The limitation period for bringing cla