Selling A Business: How to Give Your Business ‘Kerb Appeal’

When it comes to selling a business, most owners think that it is simply a case of marketing the business for sale and finding a potential buyer. However, you would generally not put your residential home on the market without perhaps attending to any overdue maintenance jobs and making sure it appears clean and tidy… Read more »

Beware The Break Clause

The recent case of Riverside Park Ltd V NHS Property Services Ltd [2016] is a stark reminder of the need to comply fully with any pre-conditions for exercising a break clause. The conditions in this case were firstly, that at least six months written notice must be given. There was no issue with this. Secondly, the… Read more »

Why Do You Need A Survey When You Buy A House?

If you are buying a property then you should always have a survey carried out before you exchange contracts. ‘Let the buyer beware’ This is because of the ‘buyer beware’ principle upon which property transactions are based. It is the buyer’s responsibility to carry out all investigations on the property and find any problems or… Read more »

Your Guide To Management Buy Outs

Recent events at the Tata Steel plant in Port Talbot have brought management buy outs into the news spotlight. But what are management buy outs (or MBOs as they are more often referred to) and what is involved in the process? Paul Tyrer from our corporate team has provided a quick guide to the process and… Read more »