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Legal Resources and News

Read jargon-free articles and guidance pieces written in-house by our solicitors and keep up to date with what's happening at Neves.

We're delighted to announce that we have been chosen as a finalist in the EMPLOYER OF THE YEAR  category at the SME Business Awards Milton Keynes and Buckinghamshire 2024.

Commercial property leases are complex and intricate legal documents that regulate the relationship between landlords and tenants. Among the myriad of clauses within a lease, the “yielding up" provisions are one of the most critical and, if not properly drafted, can result in significant expense for the landlord or tenant when the lease ends.

"My ex is refusing to mediate but I do not want to spend money on legal fees, what can I do?"

As family solicitors, this is something we hear frustratingly often. Believe it or not, we would prefer your disputes to be sorted outside of a court process which is lengthy and costly for you both. But what can you do when the other person simply will not engage?

New research has highlighted how the gender pension gap disproportionately affects women. On average men retire with a pension pot of £250,000 whilst women retire with pensions of £69,000. This is largely due to the higher rates of women working part-time and the gender pay gap.

Given the complexity and the legal terminology, understanding the nuances between a Lease, a Licence, and a Tenancy at Will is key and can often be vital in maintaining the rights and responsibilities of both property owners and those they allow into occupation of a commercial property.

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