Monthly Archives: December 2015

What are the sporting rights on the land you are on?

Monday, 21 Dec 2015

Fishing and Shooting rights are of significant value to individuals or sporting syndicates and the Estates they are on. When negotiating an agreement for such rights it is important to ensure that it protects the landowner by ensuring that it does not affect their day to day farming or other land use, limiting what game... Read More

Have you agreed to be an Executor?

Wednesday, 16 Dec 2015

It goes without saying that suffering bereavement is emotionally a very difficult time for loved ones.  Unfortunately to compound this difficult period there are usually also lots of things to be organised. From a legal point of view someone will need to have the legal authority to deal with an estate of the deceased. One... Read More

Make or Break.

Friday, 11 Dec 2015

Recently the Supreme Court decided the case of Marks and Spencer vs BNP Paribas. The key point in dispute was whether on exercising a break clause a tenant is entitled, by an implied clause, to repayment of rent paid in advance relating to periods beyond the break date. At first instance the High Court said... Read More

Parental Responsibility- Who has the rights?

Monday, 7 Dec 2015

 Parental Responsibility is the legal status which determines   “all the rights, duties, powers, responsibilities and authority which by law a parent of a child has in relation to the child and his property”. A person who has Parental Responsibility for a child therefore has the right to make key decisions regarding their upbringing including where... Read More