X29 Secondary Option Clauses concern one of the most topical issues in the construction industry – climate change.
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Creditor Winding Up Petitions – update from the DfE – February 2023
Richard Craig, Partner and Head of Restructuring & Insolvency at Mills Selig discusses the latest update from DfE in regards to Creditor Winding Up Petitions.
‘Merely overlooking’ – All eyes are on the Law of Nuisance and Overlooking
In 2016 the Tate Modern Art Gallery opened a public viewing gallery. This provided not only panoramic views of London, but also a birds-eye view into the lives of residents from the adjacent luxury glass-fronted flats. Much to their annoyance.
Optimism is in the air: DfE and Crown Estate express commitment to offshore wind for NI
Aveen McGahon looks at the recently announced Statement of Intent by the Department of Economy NI and the Crown Estate as they signal their commitment towards establishing offshore wind leasing for Northern Ireland
Andrew Edwards, Solicitor within the Employment team at Mills Selig discusses the cancellation of proposed IR35 changes, what this means and who is affected.
Don’t get tied up in a knot – the importance of accurate Replies to CPSEs.
A recent court case in London has highlighted the importance of providing accurate information when preparing Replies to Commercial Property Standard Enquiries during property transactions
No ‘sunny-side’ for the renewables industry in NI following #ReVal2023
“At a time when the cost of living and energy crises rage on, climate catastrophe looms large, and the new Climate Change Act (Northern Ireland) 2022 requires a huge decrease in carbon emissions by 2030; it would be logical to think that we would be doing all we can here to encourage the development of greener, cheaper, renewable energy”
31 January 2023 Deadline – Register of Overseas Entities
The deadline to register in the Register of Overseas Entities is fast approaching. Overseas entities caught by the new rules must register by 31 January 2023
Bankruptcy Court Update – December 2022
The Bankruptcy and Companies Master’s Court has published an update in relation to ‘New Creditors’ Winding up Petitions’.
Ticking off your T&Cs
With Christmas just around the corner and online shopping increasing year on year; Kathryn O’Hagan, Solicitor within our Corporate / Commercial team looks at the importance of a robust set of Terms & Conditions to protect yourbusiness and the consumer.