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In June, the European Union reached political decision on many of the elements of the proposed reform of the Common Agricultural Policy. However, certain key financial elements were deferred to the Budget Committee discussions. These discussions reached a conclusion at the end of September, giving us further indication of the way in which the CAP is to be reformed.
The Upper Tribunal of the Lands Chamber has the power to discharge a restrictive covenant in the various circumstances set out in section 84 of the Law of Property Act 1925.
On 10th October 2013 Carolyn Bagley & Catherine Ball, both Partners within Hewitsons Private Client team, were guest speakers as part of the Peterborough 900 Campaign, which aims to raise £10 million in celebration of the 900th Anniversary of Peterborough Cathedral in 2018.
With Prime Minister David Cameron describing Northampton as ‘the beating heart of the British economy’, Hewitsons is proud of its continued involvement in the economic development of the town.