Property dispute solicitors in Manchester, UK? The Wills and Probate team at Blackstone Solicitors is here to help you and we can assist with every aspect of advising upon a Deed of Variation. This is the process whereby it is possible to vary a testator’s will We have considerable experience in this area of law and can advise you throughout the process. We can also help with all the documentation to ensure you achieve everything you are hoping to through a Deed of Variation. Contact us today and we can talk you through our services and how we can help you and your family. Simply call us on 0161 929 0121 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of the team will give you a call back as soon as possible.
If a company is formed by two friends with complementary skills and they fall out, leaving the company unable to continue with only one of them, the underlying basis of the company will have gone. Alternatively, there may be deadlock between the shareholders which cannot be resolved in any other way. However, if the company is in financial difficulties a creditor may issue a petition under S.122 anyway, whatever the shareholders may want. If you are a minority shareholder, the shareholders’ agreement can be drafted in such a way that certain decisions need unanimous shareholder approval, for instance, the issue of new shares, appointment or removal of directors, taking on new borrowings or changing the main business of the company.
Transferring ownership – how does it work? If the transfer has been approved by your lender, or if the mortgage has already been paid off, then the process works a number of stages. These stages include: Contact solicitor to prepare a transfer deed, and if a mortgage is involved a new mortgage deed, The solicitor will deal with the registration of the transfer at HM Land Registry, Be aware that if the property is leasehold (for example an apartment) you will have to inform the landlord and will have to pay notice fees to them, Check with your solicitor to find out if you are liable to pay Stamp Duty, You may be exempt from Stamp Duty if the transfer of property ownership is taking place as part of a divorce settlement.
Blackstone Solicitors has flourished since it was started by Emma Nawaz on 6th October 2010. Such was the demand for Emma’s services, that the firm has since expanded dramatically and now boasts a team of highly academic solicitors who share Emma’s passion for doing all they can to help clients get the outcome they deserve. Speaking to a member of our expert team today could not be easier. Simply pick up the phone and call us on 0161 929 0121. Alternatively, fill in our online contact form and allow us to explain why our unique approach can help you. Discover more details at Blackstone Solicitors.
What will I need to do during the rent recovery process? Blackstone Solicitors will perform the vast majority of work during the rent recovery process. We understand that chasing money can be exhausting and stressful, which is why we take appropriate steps to alleviate the burden. All we need from you are copies of: Property ownership documents, Details about the tenant, The tenancy contract, Evidence that you did not receive the money you are attempting to claim back, Evidence that the tenant left your property within the last six years.
There is a common misconception among Tenants occupying commercial premises under a lease that the premises can be handed back whenever they decide they no longer want to occupy them. Some Landlords are also under the impression that they can terminate a lease as and when they choose. Both of these views are incorrect. A lease is a contractual agreement between a Tenant and a Landlord and will last for a fixed period of time. Although some leases will include a clause that allows for early determination, most will run until they end by ‘effluxion of time’. However, there are ways to end a commercial lease early, and these processes will differ depending on who wishes to terminate the lease – the Landlord or Tenant – and under what circumstances and when. Both parties will need to be aware of their legal obligations. To speak to a solicitor about terminating a commercial lease, get in touch with us today by calling 0161 929 0121, or complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you. Find additional information on https://blackstonesolicitorsltd.co.uk/.