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Road traffic collision on a country road?

Written by: Miriam Groombridge

A road traffic collision on a country road is not always the typical sharing of fault

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Is Obesity the new disability?

Categories: Latest News | VP News | Employment Updates | Author: Catherine Rosewell | Print

The case of Kaltoft v Municipality of Billund is considered

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Workers entitled to commission within their holiday pay?

Categories: Latest News | VP News | Employment Updates | Author: Catherine Rosewell | Print

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Breaking News: Restrictive Covenants

Categories: Latest News | VP News | Employment Updates | Author: Catherine Rosewell | Print

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Workers entitled to commission within their holiday pay?

Categories: Latest News | Employment News | VP News | Author: Catherine Rosewell | Print

Due to EU Court ruling you could be entitled to your commission whilst on holiday

A recent ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union could mean that many Devon businesses will be forced to pay out thousands in backdated commission to their employees warns Exeter-based litigation partner Catherine Rosewell of Veitch Penny LLP.

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Home Improvements? Adding a conservatory?

Categories: Latest News | VP News | Residential Property Updates | Author: Catherine Rosewell | Print

Thinking about adding a nice sun trap and some extra space to your home?

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Buying a property with a septic tank? Be aware of the regulations

Categories: Latest News | VP News | Residential Property Updates | Author: Catherine Rosewell | Print

Alastair Dunnett provides guidance in relation to recent regulations about septic tanks

Septic tanks are a type of system used to deal with sewage from properties that are themselves unable to connect to a public sewer. There has been various changes in recent years as to the rules concerning whether septic tanks and sewage treatment plants have to be registered. The regulations are far too complex and contain far too much detail to set out in full here. However, it is worth reviewing the current position and providing a brief overview of the most recent regulations.

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Guidance on Restrictive Covenants in Employment Contracts

Categories: Employment News | Latest News | VP News | Employment Updates | Author: Catherine Rosewell | Print

Philip Kay provides guidance

Coppage & Anor v Safety Net Security Limited

Prophet Plc v Huggett

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Warning: Offering to help could find you at fault

Categories: Latest News | VP News | Personal Injury Updates | Author: Catherine Rosewell | Print

Lydia Stuart-Banks comments on recent court decision all householders should read

The case of the Personal Representatives of the Estate of Cyric Biddick (deceased) v Mark Morecombe 2014 serves a warning to all.

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Stamp Duty warning for buyers

Categories: Latest News | VP News | Residential Property Updates | Author: Catherine Rosewell | Print

Be careful when assessing the contents of any property

The case of Gill Orsman –v- HMRC has dealt with the important question of apportionment of the money being paid by a buyer between the property itself and the contents.

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Help to Buy Scheme

Categories: Latest News | VP News | Residential Property Updates | Author: Catherine Rosewell | Print

Alastair Dunnett of Veitch Penny gives his views on the Help to Buy Scheme and points that have not been mentioned in the publicity the Scheme has been given

Alastair Dunnett of Veitch Penny gives his views on some points that have not been mentioned in the publicity the scheme has been given.

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