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Selling or buying your restaurant, pub or bar. What legal due diligence will be required?

United Kingdom - May 13 2019 Most sales of independent businesses are dealt with by selling the assets of the business for an agreed price. The assets will usually comprise the...

Can a periodic business tenant in occupation of premises obtain a lease from their landlord?

United Kingdom - January 25 2019 You are a commercial tenant running a business from premises and you now want your landlord to grant you a written lease for a fixed term. You may...

How should an offshore or overseas company make a distribution in specie of UK residential property?

United Kingdom - October 4 2018 Many owners of residential property no longer wish to retain ownership of UK based residential property in a company since there are usually no...

Selling your business? Why you need heads of terms

United Kingdom - May 1 2018 If you are selling the assets or shares of your business, a well prepared set of heads of terms can save you time and money. It is surprising how many...

How to remove a shareholder of a company

United Kingdom - December 12 2017 Most directors and shareholders are the same persons in SMEs, known as ‘quasi partnerships’. So what happens to the shares if a director leaves or...