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Feature - Exploitation of vulnerable leaseholders to be investigated


The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) announced in December that it would be launching an investigation into the residential property services market after it found that Cirrus, part of the property management group Peverel, was guilty of breaching competition law by price fixing and overcharging leaseholders of retirement properties.

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Linder Myers completes on two Winckley Square transactions


Linder Myers Solicitors has recently completed on the sale of two buildings in historic Winckley Square as the local commercial property market shows positive signs of an upturn.

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Transfer of a going concern


As a result of the Tax Tribunal case of Robinson Family Limited (RFL) Revenue & Customs have issued a new business brief which revises their practice in relation to transfer of a business as a going concern ("TOGC").

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Assets of Community Value - what do they mean for developers?


As part of this Bill, on 21st September this year, the Assets of Community Value Regulations (England) came into force. The regulations allow community groups or individuals to nominate sites which they believe further social wellbeing or provide a valuable public service.

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Let there be Light!


The law in relation to rights of light is developing and it’s landowners who are coming out the winners as they gain greater protection. If you are a developer, this can represent yet another obstacle in an already challenging market.

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How to vacate a sub-tenant – Q&A


As the landlord of a business premises, how do you vacate a sub-tenant at the end of the term?

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Rent arrears as a landlord. What are my options and what risks do I face?


As a landlord what do you do if your corporate tenant is in rent arrears as a result of financial difficulty. Our commercial property solicitor advises on the options and risks of dealing with insolvent tenants.

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Budget 2012. What does it mean for the property and construction sectors?


The budget announced yesterday was one that “backed business” and could have a significant impact in the property and construction sectors. But which announcements may affect you and your business?

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Keep warm and make money with Renewable Heating


As a property or homeowner you may be entitled to receive government funded income by installing renewable heat in your property.

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Ensuring your commercial property lease works for your business


When taking a lease of property for your business, it is essential to ensure that the lease is tailored to your needs and objectives, and that it does not leave you or your business exposed legally or financially.

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Nichola Carr

Nichola Carr


Nichola Carr is a qualified nurse working in the medical negligence department of Linder Myers Solicitors in Manchester.

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