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20th August 2019

A guide to Inheritance Tax (‘IHT’) planning

From April 2017 there are further improvements for individuals in the context of Inheritance Tax (‘IHT’) planning. IHT is a

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13th August 2019

Home Office Right to Rent Scheme

The Home Office’s Right to Rent Scheme has now been in operation for quite some time.  The basic position insofar

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9th August 2019

Home Office Spotlight on Employers and Civil Penalties

In February, the Home Office published its quarterly report on civil penalties which have been issued to businesses for the

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7th August 2019

The Rise and Fall of Gazumping

What is Gazumping? Gazumping causes distress and misery to buyers involved in property transactions. Simply put, gazumping is when one buyer makes a verbal offer on a property,…

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6th August 2019

EU Nationals Applying for British Citizenship

Applications for British citizenship have risen dramatically as European Union (EU) nationals seek to secure their position ahead of the UK’s imminent departure from the EU in 2019. …

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1st August 2019

Ellisons Solicitors incorporating Gross & Co.

We are excited to announce the merger of Gross & Co. with Ellisons, which came into effect on 1st August 2019. The merged Firm, will be known as…

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10 Reasons Why Leasehold Conveyancing Takes Longer Than Freehold

1. Your Conveyancer needs to read the lease The lease is an important and complex document that has to be checked on behalf of a Buyer. If a…

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25th July 2019

Ellisons Solicitors announces merger with Gross & Co.

Ellisons Solicitors is pleased to be announcing a merger with Bury St Edmunds-based firm Gross & Co. which will take place on 1st August 2019. This merger will…

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19th July 2019

Employees who Covertly Record Meetings

Is it misconduct for an employee to make a covert recording at work?  According to the recent decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) in Pheonix House Ltd…

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Working Time – the requirement to record working time for all workers

Must an employer keep a record of actual time its employees work? The Working Time Regulations 1998 (“WTR”) require employers to maintain records which ‘adequately show’ that: Working…

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Restrictive Covenants – Supreme Court Landmark Case

Can words be severed from a restrictive covenant to make an otherwise unreasonably wide and unenforceable covenant enforceable? A contractual term restricting a departing employee’s activities is generally…

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17th July 2019

Catherine Abbott and Petra Sharp join the Ipswich office

Ellisons Solicitors’ partner, Catherine Abbott, has returned to Ipswich, joining the Ipswich office at Wherstead Park. Catherine is a highly experienced professional and well known in Ipswich and…

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16th July 2019

Top tips for protecting your business’s Intellectual Property (IP)

As a partner in Ellisons’ corporate and commercial law team specialising in mergers and acquisitions and private equity, I am regularly asked to advise on issues relating to…

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