• 22 FEB 16
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    The importance of getting your terms and conditions right

    The importance of getting your terms and conditions right

    Getting terms and conditions right from the start is crucial to protecting your business and ensuring a healthy cash flow. Often, the legal basis in which you are willing to do business can be an afterthought or the terms and conditions are only reviewed once things go wrong. This can lead to problems such as

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    • 08 FEB 16
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    What happens to my ISA when I die?

    What happens to my ISA when I die?

    New rules introduced by the government enable a surviving spouse or civil partner to inherit ISA pots and continue to benefit from tax-free returns. Previously, ISA savings were treated like any other aspect of estate and could be passed on to beneficiaries named in a Will but the tax advantages were not available after death.

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    • 05 FEB 16
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    Broken engagement: Who gets the ring?

    Broken engagement: Who gets the ring?

    Valentine’s Day celebrations are set to create a surge in marriage proposals and with 2016 being a leap year, there’s likely to be a portion of females opting to pop the question to their other halves on February 29. However, because love is in the air and gifts of grandeur are posted all over social

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    • 04 FEB 16
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    Test Your Knowledge at WHN’s Inaugural Charity Quiz

    Test Your Knowledge at WHN’s Inaugural Charity Quiz

    WHN Solicitors will be hosting its inaugural Charity Quiz Night on Wednesday 9th March from 6pm at The Red Hall Hotel, Manchester Road, Bury, BL9 5NA We will be raising funds for two worthy charities: The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity which is a local charity providing support to children and their families with brain

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    • 02 FEB 16
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    Deregulation act: a guide for landlords

    Deregulation act: a guide for landlords

    The new provisions outlined in the Deregulation Act 2015 imposed restrictions on the Landlord’s ability to give a section 21 notice to end a tenancy. The rules will only apply to new assured shorthold tenancies (ASTs) entered into on or after 1st October 2015. In the case of a statutory periodic tenancy arising on the

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