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There have been cases where properties have beenfraudulently transferred without the property owner`s knowledge.The properties which are most vulnerable to fraud are those whichare empty, tenanted or mortgage free. A...
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Mediation is an effective tool in resolving disputes for many reasons. The use of mediation can allow a dispute between parties to be resolved both quickly and at a lower...
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Leases will almost always require a Tenant to keep a property in good repair and decorate internally and externally on a periodic basis. Also, it is common for a lease...
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On 9 November 2011, Supreme Court gave their long awaited judgment in the case of Kernott v Jones. In a groundbreaking judgment, the Supreme Court held that that where 2...
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The Department of Energy and Climate Change opened itsconsultation on Feed-in Tariffs for Solar PV as part of thecomprehensive review on renewable energy subsidy on 31 October2011. The intent expressed...
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Rollits has recruited another employment specialist tojoin their Employment Group, bringing the number of lawyers in thefirm providing clients with dedicated employment advice tofive. Ed Heppel, is experienced in both...
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The Tigers Trust`s highly successful Enterprise Academycan look forward to a secure future after receiving sponsorshipfrom a leading local law firm. Rollits recently entered into a three-year communitysponsorship agreement, providing...
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Rollits has celebrated 23 amazing years of fundraising forDove House Hospice and the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign by raisingover £105,000 for the two charities through our annual golfday. The golf day,...
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Rollits` planning team is seeing more and more enquiries about small scale renewable energy proposals. Most relate to PV panel installation, but some householders and small business are looking seriously...
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We have seen a marked increase in enquiries in relation toemployers` concerns in relation to things said by employees both inand out of working time on social networkingsites. Whilst the...
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Adjudication is a quick fix, interim measure to determine disputes between parties to a construction contract within a prescribed period, usually 28 days. Due to the speed by which disputes...
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Last week saw the first prosecution and conviction under the Bribery Act 2010, which came into force on 1 July 2011. The prosecution was made under Section 2 (1) of...
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We are pleaased to announce that Christina Sledmore hasbeen promoted following her qualification as asolicitor. Christina started working at Rollits as a trainee in 2009and now joins the Dispute Resolution...
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The Regulations came into force on 1 October 2011 andintroduce new rights for agency workers, including the right to`equal treatment` in respect of certain “basic working conditions”as permanent staff after...
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