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Registration Of Charges Created By UK Companies & LLPs

 
Registration Of Charges Created By UK Companies

A charge is a security interest for the payment of money or performance of a legal obligation.

Execution Of Deeds By UK Registered Companies

 
Execution Of Deeds By UK Registered Companies

The main distinction between deeds and other forms of written contract are that additional formalities, beyond a simple signature, are required to render a deed enforceable.

Safe Harbour Rules For Managing New Zealand Limited Partnerships

 
Safe Harbour Rules For Managing New Zealand Limited Partnerships

In previous blog posts, we discussed the characteristics of New Zealand Limited Partnerships, the importance of partnership agreements and what it means for clients to hold a partnership interest. This article will look at how investors may benefit from limited liability and still retain control over key management decisions.

Tips For Managing Commercial Disputes

 
Tips For Managing Commercial Disputes

When business relationships turn sour, if not resolved efficiently, the parties involved may waste precious time, funds and goodwill in resolving the resultant dispute. While it is inevitable that commercial relationships will not always run smoothly, it should be possible in most cases to avoid a long winded battle.

UK Cross Border Losses Relief

 
UK Cross Border Losses Relief

This blog expands on our earlier post ‘UK Corporation Tax – Trading Losses & Reliefs’ and considers the available cross border relief for losses. 

UK Company Registers – Rules Under The UK Companies Act 2006

 
UK Company Registers – Rules Under The UK Companies Act 2006

UK Private Limited Companies are required to maintain the following statutory registers under the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006):

What Is A Rights Issue?

 
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A ‘rights issue’ occurs where a company’s existing shareholders are offered the opportunity to purchase additional shares in the company in proportion to their existing shareholdings.

7 Ways That Businesses Can Protect Their Name, Brand & Ideas

 
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The name of a business, its brand and innovations provide commercial value which can be vulnerable to attack from copycats seeking to extract that value for their own benefit.

Beneficiaries Right To Trust Information

 
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This blog looks at the recent Bermuda case Re A Trust (2013) SC (Bda) 16 Civ. In this case, the Supreme Court of Bermuda considered the validity and effect of an ‘information control clause’ which provided the trust protector with the right to prevent disclosure of trust information by the trustee to beneficiaries. 

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The Personal Insolvency Act 2012 – An Overview

 
The Personal Insolvency Act 2012 – An Overview

The Personal Insolvency Act 2012 (the “Act”) was signed into law on 26 December 2012. The Act introduces reforms to the Bankruptcy Act 1988, which has been widely criticised as being draconian and outdated.

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