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Date: 17 Oct 2014

Spouses and civil partners to benefit from new intestacy rules

New inheritance laws aimed at married couples or civil partners who die without making a will have been welcomed by B P Collins LLP

Date: 10 Oct 2014

Industry plea to boost the green agenda

B P Collins LLP hosted its annual Environment Round Table – with climate change also very much on the agenda

Date: 30 Sep 2014

Recruitment - best practice for employers

Most employers will need to recruit a new member of staff at some stage, finding the right person can be tricky but employers need to...

Date: 10 Sep 2014

Business property – an asset or a liability?

Most people think of buying a business property in the same way as buying a private home

Date: 27 Aug 2014

Get help to secure your dream house in Bucks

With the ever-increasing high price of property in South Buckinghamshire, the spectre of gazumping has crept back onto the agenda

Date: 15 Aug 2014

Covert recordings of grievance and disciplinary hearings

Punjab National Bank (International) Limited and Others v Gosain

Date: 15 Aug 2014

Maternity leave and surrogacy update

The purpose of EU Directive 92/85EC is 'to encourage improvements in the safety and health at work of pregnant workers and workers who have recently...

Date: 06 Aug 2014

Landlords keep rent paid in advance, rules Court of Appeal

The overturning of a High Court decision concerning rent paid for a period after the end of a lease has restored the status quo in...

Date: 06 Aug 2014

Property buyers beware! Get a full structural survey

A woman who had to have major work done to prop up her home has suffered a costly defeat in her fight for compensation from...

Date: 05 Aug 2014

Landmark rights of way victory for private landowners

High Court has ruled that 19th Century officials who purported to create public rights of way under an 1801 Act of Parliament had no power to...