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The impact of new UK regulations on assignment of receivables

The impact of new UK regulations on assignment of receivables

The Business Contract (Assignment of Receivables) Regulations 2018 (the Regulations) came into force on 24 November 2018. A key objective of the Regulations is to facilitate easier access to finance f...

Putting Property into Your Pension Fund – Common Issues

Putting Property into Your Pension Fund – Common Issues

A self-invested personal pension (SIPP) and Small Self Administered Scheme (SSAS) are two kinds of pension 'wrapper' that hold investments until you retire and start to draw a retirement income. We ha...

Travelling Abroad with a Child with a Different Surname: What You Need to Know

Travelling Abroad with a Child with a Different Surname: What You Need to Know

Will you be travelling abroad this holiday season with a child with a different surname? 5 Steps you need to take to make customs smoother otherwise you may be refused past check-in or turned away at ...

How to Make Child Arrangements for Christmas Easier

How to Make Child Arrangements for Christmas Easier

Making arrangements for your children during the holiday season can often cause a lot of conflict for separated families. Many parents want to spend time with their children on Christmas Day or over t...

Gregg Latchams secures licence for new cocktail bar Crying Wolf

Gregg Latchams secures licence for new cocktail bar Crying Wolf

Bristol law firm Gregg Latchams  secured the licence for the exciting new cocktail bar that has recently opened in Cotham Hill. The Crying Wolf, the new premises from the owner of the award-winning D...

National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harm – Gambling Commission opens consultation

National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harm – Gambling Commission opens consultation

On the 4 December the Gambling Commission opened their consultation on a new national strategy to reduce gambling harm. A copy of the consultation can be found here. The current national strategy, wh...

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