In this edition, we look at 2023 annual returns, more news on the financial side including HMRC’s new anti-tax avoidance scheme and changes to auto-enrolment pensions in the pipeline, gag clauses and the ability of charities to enter into public debates and the Charity Commission’s consultation on social media guidance.
The case of Cook v Gentoo Group Limited confirms that you can’t rush redundancy procedures!
The Court of Appeal has recently handed down judgment in the case of Davies v Bridgend County Borough Council  EWCA Civ 80, in which an earlier ruling, that diminution in value of property in case of Japanese knotweed nuisance amounts to an irrecoverable economic loss, was overturned.
The Supreme Court has dismissed the appeal of Blacks Outdoor Retail, in favour of their landlords over the amount of service charge payable in the lease.
Applying to be appointed as a lay deputy can be a very confusing process. At Anthony Collins, we have a number of solicitors who are able to guide you through the process of applying to the court to become a lay deputy.
The Supreme Court decided that the Tate’s viewing platform constitutes a nuisance to the neighbouring residential flats. It is being touted by the press as ground-breaking for the law of nuisance. We disagree.
We get ready to say goodbye to winter and hello to spring however the world of charities continues to develop with more guidance and case law being released.
Bromcom Computers v United Learning Trust case has cast doubt on the legitimacy of some common tendering practices.
In April 2022, for the first time, divorcing couples were able to make joint divorce applications together.
From 1 April 2023, landlords will no longer be permitted to let commercial properties which have an EPC rating below E without permitted exemptions. Are your commercial properties prepared?
We recently acted for NRS Healthcare who had been successful in winning the largest community equipment services (CES) contract in the UK, only to find that commissioners could not let the contract because the incumbent provider had issued a procurement challenge at court.
Welcome to our charities monthly round-up for January 2023. This month we share with you key ‘finance-focused’ updates.