The Commercial Property team at HRJ Foreman Laws Solicitors were appointed by Croud Inc Limited on the lease of over 5,000 sq ft of office space at the newly redeveloped Trinity, 39 Tabernacle Street, London. HRJ Foreman Laws worked alongside Croud’s property agents, Kontor. The offices will become the new London home for Croud, one of the largest independent digital marketing agencies.
It’s never too soon to have a well thought out succession plan for your business. As a business owner, you’ll be aware of its importance, but have you been able to take the time from your busy schedule to finalise a legally binding succession plan? Sarah Miles from the Company and Commercial team at HRJ Foreman Laws Solicitors provides some key legal considerations for your succession planning.
The Government recently announced that 69,000 first time buyers have benefited from the abolition of stamp duty land tax (SDLT) on properties under £300,000 since the relief was introduced on the 22 November 2017. What’s more, it is estimated that over the next five years the policy will help over a million people to get onto the housing ladder.
For many property developers, restrictive covenants are a major stumbling block in land development. However a restrictive covenant does not always mean the end of your development plans. Nicholas Davies, Director and Commercial Property Solicitor at HRJ Foreman Laws Solicitors looks at some recent cases and highlights where restrictive covenants have been overturned.
The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in many respects bucks the trend for the increasing number of couples who are deciding not to marry but cohabit instead. According to Resolution, the Family Lawyers Association, those choosing this path has more than doubled from 1.5m in 1996 to 3.3m in 2017.