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 Kirsty Jackson
  December 10, 2020
Businesses whose customers must pay a fee if they end their contracts early, and landlords asking tenants for fees for dilapidations or before they can exercise a break clause, must now consider whether to charge VAT, as HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) change their approach to such payments, and review their contracts and leases to see if changes need to be made.
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 Nick Armitage
  November 19, 2020
Head of Litigation at Ramsdens, Nick Armitage explains the current position on the recovery of commercial property due to rent arrears and also on the recovery of those rent arrears.
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  October 9, 2020
We are delighted to have achieved another year of great rankings in the Legal 500. This year we’ve ranked in eight practice areas across our Business and Personal services (including Corporate and Commercial, Commercial Litigation, Employment, Commercial Property, Family, Contentious Probate, Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate and Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury: Claimant) and 20 solicitors have been recommended for their work.
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 Kirsty Jackson
  September 16, 2020
​Kirsty Jackson, Partner and Head of Ramsdens Commercial Property team has featured on AdviserPointsOfView.com talking about how the Commercial Property industry has been effected by COVID-19.
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  September 7, 2020
Ramsdens welcome the NQs to work in the Employment, Commercial Property and Private Client teams after they successfully completed their two-year training contracts.
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 Kirsty Jackson
  September 2, 2020
Following the latest impact on the market by the Coronavirus pandemic, the Government are introducing new legislation from 31st August and 1st September in a bid to provide more flexibility to the property sector, and most importantly the high street.
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 Kirsty Jackson
  May 20, 2020
It is easy to overlook the importance of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) in Lease transactions. Generally, parties are keen to get the Lease completed as soon as possible and, although it is a legal requirement that an EPC is made available when a property is marketed for sale or let, the commissioning of an EPC is often an afterthought or box ticking exercise.
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 Kirsty Jackson
  May 19, 2020
​A recent Supreme Court judgement found that a landlord had breached its obligation to the other flat tenants to enforce the tenant covenants of the flat leases by giving its consent to alterations which were prohibited by the leases.
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