The Sherrards Blog: Views from Award Winning Lawyers in St Albans & London

Sherrards Meets Judge Rinder

22nd May 2017

Is the long-term lease dead?

17th May 2017

Businesses are increasingly unwilling to commit to a long-term lease. Partner, Geraldine Fabre, considers why and whether it is a positive development. Businesses looking to rent commercial property have always faced the dilemma between long and short term leases. Companies want flexibility and the ability to grow or downsize as their …

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Is the long-term lease dead?

Changes ahead for debt recovery against individuals

11th May 2017

Sherrards Solicitors attends International Conference in Berlin for Professional Firm Leaders

10th May 2017

Sherrards’ Assassins- Kinsale Sevens 2017

2nd May 2017

The Sherrards’ Assassins had another excellent tournament continuing their international travels to Kinsale in Ireland. The Kinsale Sevens is an established tournament with over 80 teams competing in the various competitions. The Assassins played in the Elite competition and faced extremely tough competition including Wild Geese from Ireland and the …

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Sherrards’ Assassins- Kinsale Sevens 2017

Dressing to impress – can employers take it too far?

20th April 2017

Inheritance tax and the Residence Nil-Rate Band (RNRB)

27th March 2017

Permanent Non-Dom Tax Status Abolished – New Deemed Domicile Rules

21st March 2017

The dictionary definition of domicile is a place of residence. Legally, broadly speaking, it is an individual’s permanent home. The concept has applications in all areas of law, such as marriage, wills and succession. It is also widely used to determine an individual’s liability to various taxes in the UK. …

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Permanent Non-Dom Tax Status Abolished – New Deemed Domicile Rules

Supreme Court ruling – Ilott v The Blue Cross & Others explained

15th March 2017

In July 2015 we reported that the Court of Appeal had increased the amount awarded from the estate of a deceased mother in favour of her disinherited estranged daughter. The Supreme Court has now reversed that decision, reverting to the original County Court award. Mrs Ilott was originally successfully awarded …

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Supreme Court ruling – Ilott v The Blue Cross & Others explained

Employment Limits – Yearly Review

24th February 2017

Each year, the government reviews the various limits applicable to sums payable or due in an employment context. It is important for employers to know about these changes to ensure that they are fully aware of their obligations – and the potential risks they face – with respect to their …

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Employment Limits – Yearly Review
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