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Becoming a Director or Company Secretary

Preamble 1. Fifty years in law can be a relatively short time.  Just fifty years ago many thought companies were to construct dams across the Nile or railways through Guatemala.   The majority of businesses were run as sole traders or in partnership.  Although with...

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Directors, De Facto and Shadows

Pre-Amble 1. This is the first of two articles.  The second restricted to clients wanting or needing more detail. 2. For many, such as Accountants and Directors of a certain age, their worlds may have stopped if only on learning the details of the Companies Act 1948...

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Fisheries Law Changes

In November 2020 the UK introduced as part of it’s Brexit changes a new Fisheries Act 2020. Though UK waters will not in truth be UK alone for many years to come as the final deal with Brussels still holds the UK within parts of the European Common Fisheries Policy or...

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The New Agriculture Act and Changes

Many farmers or rural land owners have in recent years done well through the Common Agricultural Policy or (“CAP”) though one effect has been to increase farm land prices. Though some complained about Europe the UK farmers and rural land owners received in “direct...

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The New Environmental Land Management Schemes

As many will be aware we were promised a new Environment Act towards the end of last year. It last returned to the Houses of Parliament in March of this year. Then another wave of covid took attention away from that important piece of legislation.  Within the similar...

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The New Environmental Land Management Schemes

As many will be aware we were promised a new Environment Act towards the end of last year. It last returned to the Houses of Parliament in March of this year. Then another wave of covid took attention away from that important piece of legislation.  Within the similar...

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The New Agriculture Act and Changes

Many farmers or rural land owners have in recent years done well through the Common Agricultural Policy or (“CAP”) though one effect has been to increase farm land prices. Though some complained about Europe the UK farmers and rural land owners received in “direct...

read more

Fisheries Law Changes

In November 2020 the UK introduced as part of it’s Brexit changes a new Fisheries Act 2020. Though UK waters will not in truth be UK alone for many years to come as the final deal with Brussels still holds the UK within parts of the European Common Fisheries Policy or...

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ADVERSE POSSESSION

Pre-amble Our country becomes increasingly populated with land more expensive and precious. The consequence is often tension and adverse possession claims.  Often disputed. There are longer and more detailed works Megarry & Wade 2019 Edition and Jordan &...

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