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A Selection of Hilarious Legal Tips from a US Lawyer

A Selection of Hilarious Legal Tips from a US Lawyer

Introduction  The following are a selection of very funny legal tips from a US criminal lawyer (L. Scott Briscoe). Legal Tips Men, when a woman asks you to send proof of your girth and length by holding a credit card next to it in the photo, it’s not your pride and...

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What does Subject to Contract mean?

What does Subject to Contract mean?

Introduction  It is fairly well established that to prevent the creation of legal relations parties use the term ‘subject to contract’ or a similar variation. The expression indicates that the parties are still negotiating and have not yet entered into a contract. Is...

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Updating Articles of Association

Updating Articles of Association

Introduction Many private companies which were incorporated before 1st October 2009 still have their constitution based upon the old Table A Articles of Association. The following blog outlines the benefits to updating your Articles: What’s the value in updating my...

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Registering Charges At Companies House

Registering Charges At Companies House

Introduction  If a company needs to give security for a loan, it will often create a charge over its assets. A charge is similar to a mortgage. When we buy a house and apply for a loan, the lender relies on the house as security. When a company applies for a loan...

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Illegal Dividends

Illegal Dividends

Introduction It has recently been decided by the Court of Appeal in Global Corporate Limited v Dirk Stefan Hale [2018] that dividends which constitute unlawful distributions are illegal when they are made and cannot be re-categorised by subsequently treating them as...

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Disclosure & Legal Professional Privilege

Disclosure & Legal Professional Privilege

Introduction The majority of civil court cases in England and Wales are subject to the rules of standard disclosure, which are set out by the Civil Procedure Rules 1998 (CPR). Under the CPR, each party may be required to collect and review potentially relevant...

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Rangers Football Club and Precise Contract Drafting

Rangers Football Club and Precise Contract Drafting

An interesting article on the pickle that Rangers Football Club found itself in due to the imprecise drafting of a contract. Some thoughts The article gives a very amusing analogy between football and contract drafting and concludes that the case is a valuable lesson...

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Ten Weird Laws

Ten Weird Laws

An interesting and light-hearted article in the Independent which professes to list the ten weirdest laws in Britain: If you do not want to read the whole article, the following are the laws!  All beached whales and sturgeons must be offered to the Reigning Monarch....

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Should all Businesses Have Terms and Conditions?

Should all Businesses Have Terms and Conditions?

Introduction A question was recently posed on social media: Should all businesses have terms and conditions? Some thoughts In my view, there are very few businesses that will not benefit from the protection of having some terms and conditions in place. For example,...

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The Difference Between a Director and a Shareholder

The Difference Between a Director and a Shareholder

Shareholder or Director or Both? Shareholders and directors have different roles in a company. The shareholders own the company through its shares and the directors (who are often appointed by the shareholders) manage the company on the shareholders behalf. On the...

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