• 26 AUG 15
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    How to use third party debt orders to recover funds

    How to use third party debt orders to recover funds

    Following on from the previous blog in WHN’s debt recovery series, regarding options for pursuing outstanding funds through the courts, Amy Richardson now shares her top tips on enforcing court judgments. A judgment from the court may be needed in cases where customers have either accepted liability for debt owed or where the defendant has failed

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    • 20 AUG 15
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    WHN solicitors advises on sale of £13.8m healthcare consultancy to Chase Templeton

    WHN solicitors advises on sale of £13.8m healthcare consultancy to Chase Templeton

    The corporate team at the Bury office of Lancashire law firm Woodcocks Haworth and Nuttall, has advised on the sale of Atlas Consulting Group to Chase Templeton. Atlas Consulting, a specialist healthcare group, operated from its offices in Rochdale. It has been acquired by private insurance specialist Chase Templeton for an undisclosed figure. Jon Tuer

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    • 19 AUG 15
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    The process of issuing court proceedings for outstanding debt

    The process of issuing court proceedings for outstanding debt

    WHN’s, debt recovery expert Amy Richardson explores how debts are recovered through the courts system and shares her top tips for a smooth process. With business trading inevitably comes payment problems, so most business owners are aware of the headache of recovering outstanding funds from customers. The way in which you pursue debt recovery depends

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    • 17 AUG 15
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    Lawyers drive forward charity efforts

    Lawyers drive forward charity efforts

    Woodcocks Haworth and Nuttall Solicitors has given Rossendale Hospice a boost by raising £7,000 from two of its popular charity events. The firm’s annual golf day which took place at Rossendale Golf Club saw 17 take part. Teams included Solomon Commercials, Trevor Dawson, James Killelea & Co, Barclays, Peirce Accountants, PM&M Accountants. The day raised

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    • 10 AUG 15
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    How restrictive are service charge clauses?

    How restrictive are service charge clauses?

    Daniel Long, Partner and Head of Commercial Property Dispute Resolution at WHN Solicitors, considers a common area of contention between commercial landlords and tenants. Often where there are multiple tenants within a particular building or development, the landlord of that building or development will be under an obligation to carry out certain services relating to

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    • 05 AUG 15
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    The right to manage: a guide for residential tenants

    The right to manage: a guide for residential tenants

    Long leaseholders of residential flats have the right to compel the transfer of management responsibilities from landlords and management companies to their own, specially created, company. It may be that you as a leaseholder are dissatisfied with the way that your building is being managed. Repairs may take longer than expected, the development may be

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    • 03 AUG 15
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    How do I make sure I get paid by my customers?

    How do I make sure I get paid by my customers?

    Keeping on top of invoices and chasing outstanding payments from customers is vital in ensuring the success of every business, especially for small firms which need to keep a tight rein on cash flow. Here, debt recovery expert Sara Beaumont shares her top tips on what businesses can do to ensure they are paid by

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