An injunction is a Court Order prohibiting a person from doing something or requiring a person to do something. As a first stage, an interim (or temporary) injunction will be obtained which will last until a further Court Order is made or the trial is heard in full.
If a will does not include the true intentions of the person making the will, or if the will has not been executed correctly, it may be invalid and can therefore be contested. Our guide takes you through the grounds for contesting a will.
There are several reasons a farmer might consider setting up a joint venture: a way to tap into more resource; a chance to get a foot on the farming ladder; or a way of navigating a potentially difficult period such as a death in the family.
Between 2006 and 2016, the value of farmland increased by 277% according to a report by Savills. This certainly makes agricultural land a sound investment but it also means that care needs to be taken when buying and selling such a valuable commodity
If you do not ensure that your organisations is data compliant then your money, your information and your reputation are all at risk.
Adjudication is a form of dispute resolution available under all relevant Construction Contracts, where the dispute is determined by an independent and impartial adjudicator.
Being pregnant and looking forward to the birth of your baby is a unique experience. Becoming a parent is one of the precious moments in a person’s life and most of us will anticipate the event with an equal mixture of trepidation and excitement.
Tenants of agricultural and rural land will almost always be obliged to pay a rent to their landlord for their occupation of the land. The obligation to pay rent will form one of the tenant’s overhead costs.
There’s no doubt that starting your first venture can be an exciting, albeit daunting, experience. Being your own boss has many advantages. However, it is easy to get carried away with ideas for your new product or service and forget about the basics. You must have the right processes and contracts in place to protect your idea and you must be able to finance your venture as it grows, particularly if you are going it alone.
Before you can decide whether to pursue or defend a claim, you need to know how much the process will cost, when the fees will need to be paid and what the options are for funding those costs. There are various ways in which the costs of litigation can be managed, budgeted or funded.