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16 Apr 2014

Making an employment tribunal claim

Claims must be raised with the Employment Tribunal using the prescribed form - an ET1 form - which can be found here . Claims can be raised either...
Factsheet by
Innes Clark
16 Apr 2014

Securing moveable assets in Scotland

In determining whether a security interest has been validly created in accordance with the requirements of Scots law, the key considerations are...
Factsheet by
Bev Wood
16 Apr 2014

Alcohol etc (Scotland) Act 2010: what you need to know

What you need to know about the Alcohol etc (Scotland) Act 2010.
Factsheet by
David Hossack
16 Apr 2014

Licensing and vicarious liability: what you need to know

What you need to know about licensing and vicarious liability.
Factsheet by
David Hossack
16 Apr 2014

Premises licences - key issues

In this factsheet the key issues relating to premises licences are outlined.
Factsheet by
David Hossack
16 Apr 2014

So you want to sell your business. What should you do?

Firstly, take professional advice on the value of your business, on whether there are any assets (for instance premises) which you should retain or...
Factsheet by
Iain Meiklejohn
16 Apr 2014

Debt recovery from point of contract

Successful credit control and debt recovery starts with getting a contract right from the outset.
Factsheet by
Maggie Moodie
16 Apr 2014

Avoiding debt recovery problems

Major difficulties can arise when debtors fail to pay what they are due. To the creditor, the knock on effect can be significant. In some cases, non-...
Factsheet by
Maggie Moodie
16 Apr 2014

Guardianship orders

A guardianship order is an appointment by the court once an individual has lost capacity to make decisions, usually by mental or physical illness. A...
Factsheet by
Robin Morton
16 Apr 2014

The fine line between volunteers and employees

There is a fine line between volunteers and employees, find out why.
Factsheet by
Innes Clark
15 Apr 2014

Unincorporated associations - the facts

What is an unincorporated association?: An unincorporated association is established when two or more persons come together for a common purpose...
Factsheet by
Paul Geoghegan
15 Apr 2014

Help - Ive been served with an English divorce petition!

Even if you have been separated from your spouse for a number of years, it can still be very confusing and distressing to receive divorce papers...
Factsheet by
Lucia Clark
15 Apr 2014

Separation and Capital Gains tax

Divorce and separation – there seems to be an awful lot of it about at the moment. Clearly it’s a difficult and emotional time for those involved,...
Factsheet by
Morna Coutts
15 Apr 2014

Image rights explained

1-0 to Players as Rooney Invokes Restraint of Trade Doctrine
Factsheet by
Paul Geoghegan
15 Apr 2014

Sponsorship agreements – key points to consider

When entering into any sponsorship agreement, there are several key points which sports clubs should consider.
Factsheet by
Paul Geoghegan
14 Apr 2014

A brief guide to Scottish matrimonial law

The following is a "thumbnail sketch" of some of the main features of Scots family law. This is not intended to be a substitute for obtaining proper...
Factsheet by
Rhona Adams
14 Apr 2014

Infographic: Divorce

Blog by
Rhona Adams
14 Apr 2014

A guide to matrimonial law in Scotland for family lawyers in England and Wales

This guide is intended for family lawyers in England and Wales. For a general guide to Scottish matrimonial law see " A brief guide to Scottish...
Article by
Rhona Adams
11 Apr 2014

Securing moveable assets in Scotland

In determining whether a security interest has been validly created in accordance with the requirements of Scots law, the key considerations are...
Factsheet by
Bruce Wood - CVO, WS
8 Apr 2014

Mortgage lender conveyancing panels and conflicts of interest

Mortgage lenders have been making different sorts of headlines in recent months, with changes to their general mortgage conveyancing panels becoming...
Article by
John Lunn

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