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  • Wednesday 4th January 2017

    No fault Divorces

    When celebrities divorce, they seem to be able to make the break very quickly and move on with their lives, but how does this work in practice for the rest of us? Older readers may recall how divorce law worked in the sixties, one party would have to check into a hotel, often on the South Coast, ...

  • Wednesday 4th January 2017

    Visible tattoos in the workplace, time for a rethink?

    Research published recently by Acas shows that many employers may be out of touch with changing public attitudes to visible tattoos and body piercings. Around one in five people in Britain have a tattoo, rising to one in three young people and one in ten have body piercings other than in their ...

  • Wednesday 4th January 2017

    Carrying over holiday leave

    How should employers deal with an employee who has not used up their annual leave at the end of the year, because they fell sick? Employees have the right to re-take their annual leave at a later date if they have booked a holiday but then fall ill during their holiday. The employee should let the ...

  • Wednesday 4th January 2017

    Lasting Powers of Attorney, for wealth and health

    According to the Alzheimer’s Society, there are over 850,000 people with Alzheimer’s Disease, the most common type of dementia in the UK, and they expect numbers to rise to over one million by 2025 and two million by 2051. With 225,000 people predicted to develop dementia this year, it ...

  • Wednesday 4th January 2017

    Agricultural Occupancy Conditions

    With Government policy typically opposed to the building of new houses in open countryside, it is often difficult to gain planning permission to build houses in such areas. That said, if a house is needed for the proper operation of an agricultural business (e.g. to house workers), planning ...

  • Wednesday 4th January 2017

    Ancient woodland and development issues

    Natural England and the Forestry Commission publish guidance notes on Ancient Woodland and Veteran Trees. This guidance is considered by local planning authorities when deciding whether to grant planning permission and it should therefore be looked at by planning applicants where there is potential ...

  • Wednesday 4th January 2017

    Join us for the KM Charity Team Walk 2017

    Come along and enjoy a walk with us and take part in the KM Charity Team Walk 2017. The walk takes place on Sunday June 25 and sets off from Mote House in Mote Park, Maidstone along a picturesque route to Leeds Castle and back. The main 10-mile route leads walkers through the beautiful ...

  • Wednesday 4th January 2017

    What's Gravesend got to offer the visitor?

    We are very keen to learn more of the local history around the locations of our offices and this edition, we have invited historian Christoph Bull to tell us a little more about the town of Gravesend and what it has to offer visitors. The Town Pier is the oldest cast iron pier that still survives ...

  • Wednesday 4th January 2017

    Gullands ranked as leading law firm in Chambers and Partners

    Gullands criminal, employment and construction departments have been commended in the legal directory Chambers and Partners 2017. This year’s directory awarded Gullands’ criminal department a Band 1 ranking, whilst recognising Gullands’ employment department as a noted firm. ...

  • Wednesday 4th January 2017

    Gullands recognised by the Law Society of England and Wales

    Gullands has once again been certified as a member of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme. CQS provides a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices. Since its establishment in 2011, the scheme has created a trusted community which has helped to deter fraud ...

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