We are thrilled to have secured membership to the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme – the mark of excellence for the home buying process. Another highly regarded accreditation for our small, specialist legal practice. We underwent rigorous assessment by the Law Society in order to secure CQS status, which marks the firm out […]
Do you need to review your business contracts because of BREXIT? It is possible that Brexit may make it more difficult for you to perform your contracts or they may become less profitable. From a legal point of view, when negotiating a new contract or thinking about terminating an existing contract there are clauses that may […]
Niels McKenzie attended the International Trade Breakfast Event this morning organised by UKTI & the Shropshire Chamber of Commerce. Niels really enjoyed the presentations from Fullwood Limited (milking machines for mega herds including bison goats and camels) and VE Technology (Gas monitoring equipment). At the meeting Niels mentioned an international sale of goods contract we […]
Well done to Vicki and Georgia McKenzie and all the other runners at the Agricultural Showground who ran the Cancer Research ‘Race for Life’ on Sunday 30th June 2013. Here they are in action with the whippet who wanted to go a bit faster. Well done Ladies. […]
The change: From 28th April 2013 Model Articles of Association for new companies no longer contain old article 18(e) for automatically terminating a director’s appointment where on mental health grounds a court has made an order to background check for employment and restricting their personal right to exercise their powers or rights . The amendment is […]
We have received a significant number of recent instructions from new clients facing a selection of serious yet preventable problems. Here are two real-life examples: 1. Our client wants to know what he can do and what his remedy is after his fellow shareholders and directors had arranged the sale of his company’s business and […]
The Mental Capacity Act 2005 is the legislation which governs Lasting Powers of Attorney and the Attorneys who act under them. The Mental Capacity Act sets out five key principles which Attorneys must follow A person must be assumed to have capacity unless it is established that the person lacks capacity; A person […]
The Office at 8 Claremont Bank Shrewsbury is now fully operational and the name plate is up, another exciting day.