Article Tag: Shareholder agreements

Using Company Finances to Fund Shareholder Disputes

Company shareholders discussing funding shareholder disputes

The recent High Court case of Koza Ltd v Koza Altin Isletmeleri AS [2021] EWHC 786 (Ch) involved a company incorporated in England (Koza Ltd) as well as a listed Turkish company (Koza Altin). In this case, the High Court has held that a company’s finances cannot be used to fund shareholder disputes. What Happened… Read more »

That’s a relief! Tax relief on your business upon death

When someone is setting up a new business, it’s an exciting venture with the prospects of making money and providing for your family. Recently, there have been lots of tax provisions to help out businesses but one that has been around for some time and gets forgotten about is Business Property Relief (BPR). If your… Read more »

SAS Daniels names head of office for Chester

Law firm SAS Daniels LLP has made corporate partner Kaye Whitby its new Chester office head following strong growth at the firm. Kaye, who specialises in corporate transactional and commercial work, has been promoted to the role after becoming a partner in 2008. Kaye advises business clients on a range of matters including corporate structures,… Read more »