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  • Friday 2nd October 2015

    Gullands video guides

    Gullands’ partner Amanda Finn has produced a short video guide on the minimum each employer should have in place regarding employment contracts and policies. To view go to www.gullands.com/business/employment-law ...

  • Friday 2nd October 2015

    Health & Safety Lawyer joins Gulland's Team

    Gullands Solicitors has recently strengthened its Litigation team with the appointment of health & safety and dispute resolution lawyer Andrew Clarke, who will be based in the firm’s Maidstone office. Associate solicitor Andrew joins Gullands from Brachers, where he led the Health ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Welcome to InBrief Autumn 2015

    Welcome to the autumn issue of Gullands Solicitors’ firm wide newsletter. As another glorious summer draws to a close and we reach harvest time once again, I have to say that this year has certainly been very busy for Gullands. In May, Gullands and 6 Pump Court jointly hosted a commemorative ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Maidstone hosts the Allington Debate

    Earlier this year, Gullands Solicitors and 6 Pump Court jointly hosted The Allington Debate at Allington Castle, the lovely and historic home of Sir Robert and Lady Worcester. Members of the House of Lords and the legal profession joined members of the business and rural community in Kent to ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Rural Health & Safety - Fruit Farm Fatality

    Two workers died selecting apples in a controlled atmosphere container. Oxygen levels were only 1% so anyone in the chamber without breathing apparatus would die immediately once they ran out of breath. However farm manager Andrew Stocker instructed the men to go in holding their ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Variation clauses

    There are many circumstances when a variation takes place in a construction contract, but it is vital to ensure that it is in fact a true variation and that this is recorded correctly to prevent disagreements further down the line. It is also important to ensure a variation clause is included in ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Going, Going, Gone!

    There are regular property auctions held in Kent throughout the year and buying a property from an auction can be potentially very profitable. Property may be sold under the market price, especially if it has proved difficult to sell, or if it is to be sold quickly, or it may need work carrying out ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    First time buyers

    First time buyers keep the property market afloat, allowing other home owners to trade up to their next property. Since the last recession, it has been tough to get a foot on the first rung of the property ladder for many first time buyers. Making sure the property you are buying is ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Fit for Work service

    The Fit for Work service (FFW) will be introduced on a phased basis and was due to be completed by May 2015. The FFW provides: Free health and work advice through its website and telephone advice line to help with absence prevention. Free referral for an occupational health assessment for ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Where there's a Will, there's a way1

    Everybody should have an up to date Will yet despite many warnings (and articles like this), almost two thirds (61%) of people still don’t have one, leaving to the rules of intestacy what happens to their estate when they die. As a minimum, you should have a Will to cover some of the ...

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