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COP26: The energy sector & achieving Paris Climate Agreement goals

COP26: The energy sector & achieving Paris Climate Agreement goals

COP26: The energy sector & achieving Paris Climate Agreement goals Real Estate Solicitors As a busy Real Estate Legal Team at Herrington Carmichael LLP we act for a number of clients within the energy/waste sectors and have seen the huge changes impacting their...
Coronavirus Debt Enforcement for Companies Update

Coronavirus Debt Enforcement for Companies Update

Coronavirus Debt Enforcement for Companies Update Property Disputes The embargo on evicting or winding up companies who have failed to pay their commercial rent has been in place for a while; was extended from 30 June 2021 and remains in place until 25 March 2022. The...
September Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords

September Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords

September Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords Property Disputes The Coronavirus Act 2020 (Residential Tenancies and Notices) (Amendment and Suspension) (England) Regulations 2021. All Residential Landlords will have been aware of the intention of the...
Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – March 2021

Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – March 2021

Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – March 2021 The Government has taken early action to further extend the ban on bailiffs enforcing Warrants of Possession [carried out by Court bailiffs after a tenant has ignored a Possession Order] on Residential...
Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – February 2021

Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – February 2021

Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – February 2021 It will come as no surprise to Residential Landlords that regulations relating to the removal of tenants have been extended again. The ban on enforcing Warrants of Possession [carried out by Court...
Making a Will via video technology – an update

Making a Will via video technology – an update

Making a Will via video technology – an update You may have read our blog last year about the Government’s plans to introduce temporary measures to accommodate the remote witnessing of Wills. The Wills Act of 1837 requires two witness signatures to be made in...
Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – January 2021

Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – January 2021

Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – January 2021 Residential Landlords are only too aware of the longstanding issues since the beginning of COVID in 2020 that has prevented effective action against tenants who are in rent arrears. The ability to...
Wills made in Contemplation of Marriage

Wills made in Contemplation of Marriage

Wills made in Contemplation of Marriage Having had my first wedding cancelled back in September 2020 and sadly a further wedding cancelled this month it got me to thinking ‘What happens if you have made a Will in contemplation of marriage and yet the marriage has been...
The future of the M&A market for buyers

The future of the M&A market for buyers

The future of the M&A market for buyers As the UK came out of lockdown, we saw an increase in M&A deals. For both investors and companies looking to expand through acquisitions, there are plenty of opportunities out there. The post-COVID-19 M&A market is...