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5th January 2021

Record Fine Illustrates the Importance of Complying with Wildlife Protection Legislation

The news, on 8 December 2020, that Bellway Homes Limited had been fined a record £600,000 for damaging or destroying the breeding site or resting place of Soprano…

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21st December 2020

Liability for Cladding Claims – Leaseholders

Most tall building owners have needed to review the fire protection measures in their buildings following updated government guidance as a consequence of the Grenfell tragedy. Where remedial…

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Liability for Cladding Claims – Management Company/Freeholders

Most tall building owners have needed to review the fire protection measures in their buildings following updated government guidance as a consequence of the Grenfell tragedy. Where remedial…

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11th December 2020

Brexit: Choice of applicable law

In terms of the parties choice of governing law, even after the implementation period ends on 31st December 2020, the parties ability to rely on applicable/ governing law…

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8th December 2020

Ellisons Solicitors announces promotion of 11 colleagues across its offices in Essex and Suffolk

Ellisons Solicitors celebrates fostering talent within, as it promotes 11 colleagues across its offices in Essex and Suffolk. Seven lawyers have been promoted to the position of Associate,…

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27th November 2020

How to protect your business against the economic emergency

It has been a tough year for businesses and with Government guidelines continually changing, it is more important than ever that organisations understand the financial help available to…

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25th November 2020

Another reminder of the importance of complying with Interim Payment Provisions

Because of the statutory requirement in section 110 of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996, that every construction contract shall provide an adequate mechanism for determining…

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20th November 2020

Letter of Intent risks highlighted again

All parties routinely involved in construction projects will have come across their fair share of Letters of Intent.  On construction projects, parties often come under pressure to commence…

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17th November 2020

How to resolve boundary disputes with a neighbour

Has your neighbour erected a fence that encroaches on your land or garden? Perhaps their trees or hedges are spreading into your property? Or maybe they have built…

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4th November 2020

Certainty in construction contract payment provisions

It is imperative that a construction contracts payment provisions are clear and comply with the minimum standards in the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (“the 1996…

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