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Head of Coles Miller’s Commercial Department, Partner Neil Andrews, will address the Business Breakfast Club on Wednesday March 21 (7.15am for 7.45am until 9.15am) at the Connaught Hotel, West Hill Road, Bournemouth.
Coles Miller secured a court judgment in favour of the client (a building supplies company) then pursued the debtor with tenacious efficiency.
Under the new Deregulation Act, Section 21 notices cannot be served in the first four months of a tenancy.
SafeWise operates the LV=Streetwise interactive safety centre in Elliott Road, Bournemouth and the Weymouth Community Safety Centre.
Many firms will close down for two weeks from December 19, particularly industrial and construction companies.
Commercial solicitor Mark Howell of Coles Miller is urging companies to carry out proper trademark research before investing large sums in business start-ups.
Companies and organisations buying or selling commercial property will need to comply with new capital allowance rules that may impact on the sale price and the negotiations, advise solicitors Coles Miller.
Failure to comply with the new regulations means that buyers risk losing forever the tax relief offered by capital allowances.
Coles Miller has recruited highly experienced commercial property solicitor Kerry Houston-Kypta to meet rising demand from industry, developers, investors, landlords and tenants.
Companies that fail to implement a workplace social media policy risk losing large tranches of business when employees leave, warn Coles Miller Solicitors.
Employers with no social media policy are more likely to face expensive courtroom legal bills and less likely to win their case, say the lawyers.
Companies have six years to issue a claim but most of the products were sold between 2005 and 2008.