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  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    Managing asbestos risk

    Gullands’ Regulatory and Criminal team and industry experts gave a joint seminar on Managing Asbestos Risk on Site and in the Workplace on 3 March. Some fifty property, construction and insurance professionals met at the Gallagher Stadium, Maidstone to hear from Jane Adamson, Founder and ...

  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    David Brown joins forces with RICS for CPD Day

    Gullands’ Partner David Brown was a guest speaker at RICS CPD day Kent, which took place in Ashford earlier this year. RICS is a professional body established in the UK by Royal Charter. As well as promoting the surveying profession across the world, RICS enforces the highest professional ...

  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    Five tips for anyone considering separating from their partner

    The end of a relationship is never easy, but it is important that people are aware of the procedure. If you are considering ending your relationship, whether it be amicable or not, here are five key points worth knowing. 1) What are the first steps I should take when separation becomes ...

  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    Implications for Employment Law on exiting the European Union

    In the event that the UK decides to exit the European Union, there may be implications for employment law. A significant proportion of our employment law has some basis or link with the EU, including discrimination, Transfer of Undertaking Regulations (TUPE), family leave and working time ...

  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    Online messages in the workplace and court ruling

    The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has recently ruled that businesses can monitor workers’ online communications. The landmark ruling came after a case which saw a Romanian engineer dismissed. The company used a print out of his private messages to justify his dismissal for using ...

  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    Managing legacies on behalf of clients

    Many people consider how they can leave a charitable legacy when they are making or updating their Will, but how can you be sure the money will reach the right beneficiaries and really make a difference? A law firm in Kent was recently tasked with administering a six-figure charitable legacy on ...

  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    Stamp Duty Changes

    From 1st April 2016, the higher rates of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) now apply to the purchase of additional residential property. This new change will mean those who are buying a second home or a buy-to-let property, will pay substantially more SDLT overall. The new rates are applicable ...

  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    The pros and cons of a new Lower Thames Crossing

    Following the announcement of Highways England’s preferred route for a new Lower Thames Crossing, this will help open up North Kent for businesses, however it will be at the expense of home and land owners affected by the route. All those likely to be affected by the proposed new road scheme ...

  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    Gullands joins forces with Professional Women in Business

    Gullands Solicitors are now leading the Professional Women in Business networking events in Gravesend, after recently teaming up with Basepoint Northfleet, British Heart Foundation and Gravesham Borough Council to become the new hosting partnership. Rina Pattar, Associate at Gullands ...

  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    Gullands help develop new community centre for Maidstone YMCA

    Gullands Solicitors has helped a new Community Centre in Tovil, Maidstone officially open its doors on Monday 2 February. The new Centre is the outcome of an innovative partnership; built by Golding Homes and managed by Maidstone YMCA, and replaces the dilapidated children’s hut which had ...

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