News archive: June 2021

  • Posted on June 21, 2021
    Parkinson Wright LLP has been re-accredited to the Law Society's Lexcel, Legal Practice Quality Mark.

    The firm is proud to receive this recognition of excellence in legal practice management and client care particularly during these unprecedented times.
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  • Posted on June 17, 2021
    The official government message encouraging people to work from home is expected to end with the final step out of lockdown. For many employees though, homeworking is here to stay.
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  • Posted on June 14, 2021
    Living through a global pandemic has meant seeing loved ones taken from us at an alarming rate, and it has been distressing for many to see someone taken into hospital and not know if you might be able to see them again.
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  • Posted on June 11, 2021
    When a landlord and tenant try to settle the terms for a new commercial lease, each party will have clear objectives. The landlord wants a secure income stream and confidence that the property will be left in good condition at the end of the lease. The tenant wants freedom to run the business without interference, to control costs as much as possible and to have some flexibility if their needs change. A well-negotiated lease will recognise these different perspectives and find a balance between them.
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  • Posted on June 10, 2021
    Relationships with manufacturers can become the backbone of your business in the long term, which is why it is important to have legal agreements in place that will grow with these relationships.
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  • Posted on June 9, 2021
    Before the coronavirus struck, the options for landlords looking to recover commercial rent arrears were extensive. Depending on the circumstances, you could use the statutory commercial rent arrears recovery procedure (CRAR), effect forfeiture by peaceable re-entry or court order, commence debt recovery proceedings, or even go down the insolvency route and issue a statutory demand followed by a winding up petition.
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  • Posted on June 9, 2021
    If you are the beneficiary of a trust and you are dissatisfied about the way in which an appointed trustee is acting, then it is important for you to understand your options for holding them to account.

    Your concerns may relate to the mismanagement of trust assets, the preferential treatment being shown to other beneficiaries, the unlawful disposal of trust property, the unacceptable dissipation of trust funds or even the suspected misappropriation of trust income.
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  • Posted on June 7, 2021
    Searching for your next home, car parking may not be top of your list of priorities. A recent survey by Uswitch reveals nearly one in ten of us has knocked on a neighbour’s door to complain about parking.

    It is not just neighbours who can cause problems. Commuters, school parents, and other visitors, can easily turn a quiet road into a traffic nightmare.
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  • Posted on June 3, 2021
    The Worcestershire Law Society (WLS) annual awards ceremony is open to all law firms across the Worcestershire area. The WLS today announced the candidates who have been shortlisted for an award.
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