January 2017 Archive

Land Registry delay: Mind the Gap

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A recent case highlights the importance of accurate and timely applications for registration of matters at Land Registry. Due to an inaccurate plan being filed there was a delay in registration of the transfer of some land.. More …

An unwelcome relief? Opportunities to challenge forfeiture are broadened (again)

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It is with some hesitation (and permission to appeal) that the court has granted relief from forfeiture of a licence for the discharge of surface water. More …

Gayle Curry helps assess the parallels between the UK and USA Healthcare law in new market report

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Gayle Curry, a partner is our specialist Healthcare sector practice, is one of the contributors of a new market-leading report on Healthcare law in 2017 commissioned by Corporate Live Wire. More …

Liverpool late night levy deadline approaches

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Liverpool licensees will be aware by now that a Late Night Levy comes into force on 1st April 2017. If your premises licence authorises the sale of alcohol any time between midnight and 6.00am you may be liable to pay up to £4440 a year (depending on rateable value) on top of your current annual licensing fee. More …

What is the law on breastfeeding mothers?

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A recent tribunal case has made clear employers' responsibilities in accommodating breastfeeding mothers. More …