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Covid-19 and insolvency: new reforms announced”
First Published 31.03.2020 at 17:20. Wrongful trading Under UK insolvency law, a company may be wrongfully trading if: It continues to trade when its directors are aware that it is unable to pay its debts as they fall due; and The company ultimately falls into insolvent liquidation. This could result in personal liability for the […]
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Considerations When Negotiating Leases: A Tenant’s Perspective
If you are negotiating and agreeing heads of terms to take a new lease (or a renewal of an existing lease) there are some things that you should bear in mind. This briefing note sets out some of the issues to consider in those negotiations, to put you in a stronger position and help you get a better deal.