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A Hewitsons lawyer has raised over £5,300 for charity by completing a gruelling six-day trek along the Great Wall of China.
A Court of Appeal decision reported recently in the case of Ely v Robson illustrates how easily, informal oral discussions between former cohabitees can give rise to a constructive trust that they will be held to, and the importance of seeking to draw up Declarations of Trust as to beneficial interests in property.
The Northants & Bucks Junior Lawyers Division (NBJL) hosted a charity “Battle of the Brains” pub quiz fundraiser on Thursday 4th February in support of Age UK: MK. Ross Cooke, (Construction trainee in MK) the social events officer for the NBJL, organised the event at the Slug & Lettuce MK and was the quizmaster.
The first revaluation of business rates since the midst of the credit crunch is on the horizon: businesses across England and Wales are now able to access their draft Rateable Values online, in advance of the new rates coming into effect as of 1 April 2017.