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Shooting rights – case law update

Jack Keats

A recent decision in the High Court, Fuller v Kitzing and another [2017] EWHC 810 (Ch), will be of interest to our readers regarding the interpretation of shooting rights especially when they are reserved to third parties. 

Complaints to Ombudsman continue to rise over care provision and adult safeguarding

Nicholas Endean

The recently published annual review from the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman has highlighted a dramatic increase in the number of social care complaints being made. 

Bank security: The benefits of landowners, banks and solicitors working together

Kerry Dovey

We all know farmers don’t like selling land to release capital. Re-financing is often the better option to raise cash to invest in your farming business. Whether it is to buy more land or convert redundant buildings, allowing a bank to take a charge over your assets is an obvious choice to release funds. 

It's the most wonderful time of the year...

Katherine Maxwell

Christmas can be a notoriously tricky time for employers, with numerous social events and of course the inevitable office Christmas party. How can you deal with these situations if something gets out of hand? What do you do about calculating employees’ holiday allowance for the festive period? Our guide will help you overcome these common pitfalls.

Office of National Statistics - Tax Schemes

Andrew Reid

The Office of National Statistics (“ONS”) has quantified the expenditure on film production in the UK at £12.2bn since 2007, including that a proportion of that will have been spent on production of films that confer favourable tax treatment by qualifying as “British”. Some of the most successful examples include films from the Star Wars, James Bond and Harry Potter series.

Licensed shoots - Farm diversification

Sarah Jordan

From oil paintings to period dramas to the Shooting Times, the shooting season is the inspiration for many quintessentially British countryside scenes. It is also a lucrative earner for landowners who licence their land for game bird shoots, game shooting and clay shoots. 

How did our corporate team achieve a Net Promoter Score of 81? While doing £500m of deals in just 18 months

Peter Jeffery

Moore Blatch has extensive experience in IT transactions and helping clients to achieve the best price.

Exchange in one day? Yes, it’s possible, says Ed Whittington

Edward Whittington

Moving house is a tortuous process in every way, usually not helped by the legal process which can drag on for several months without any explanation whatsoever. 

13 years of Back Holiday Pay for Window Salesman

Emma Edis

A window salesman has been awarded 13 years of unpaid holiday pay by the European Court of Justice in the King v The Sash Window Workshop case. 

A kingdom for my horse: Livery businesses qualifying for BPR

Philip Whitcomb

As Winston Churchill said; “the outside of a horse is good for the inside of a man” – something that many readers no doubt happily agree with. Over and above the pleasure of riding, owning and maintaining a horse takes time. So, it’s not surprising that with life as busy as it is, many take full advantage of a nearby livery business.

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