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  • Monday 9th December 2013

    PROPERTY WITH RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS

    Restrictive Covenants are usually put in place by the original developers and are legally bound to the property or land and not the owner. Consequently, they are transferred with the property on its sale and despite many covenants being old, they are still valid as long as the property or land is ...

  • Monday 9th December 2013

    Gullands secures Law Society's top quality mark for third year running.

    For the third consecutive year, Gullands has secured membership to the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) – the mark of excellence for the home buying process. Gullands was one of the first law firms in the country to qualify for the scheme when it was launched in ...

  • Monday 9th December 2013

    The gift that keeps on giving

    Did you know that a gift in your Will could not only create an enduring legacy to actively support the local Kent causes you care about for generations to come, but can also help provide long-term sustainable funding for local community groups in Kent? Kent Community Foundation (KCF), a ...

  • Monday 9th December 2013

    Christmas gifts and IHT

    A question I am frequently asked is about Inheritance tax (IHT) and the most tax efficient way of making financial gifts in your lifetime, especially to children or grandchildren. PETs Potentially Exempt Transfers are gifts of any value that will be exempt from IHT providing that you live for ...

  • Monday 9th December 2013

    AC Goatham and Son open new HQ

    Long established relationships underpin the partnership between Gullands and many of its clients. Blair Gulland explains: “In August I was delighted to attend AC Goatham and Son’s opening of their new headquarters at Flanders Farm, near Rochester. Clive Goatham, an old school friend of ...

  • Monday 9th December 2013

    Legal directory praise from The Legal 500 and Chambers

    Gullands has been commended for its consistently high levels of service across seven practice areas by the legal market bible The Legal 500, and two staff have been credited in 2014 edition of Chambers UK. Practice manager Paul Mannering comments: “Gullands’ track record and standing ...

  • Monday 9th December 2013

    Gullands' Third Annual Social Event

    Gullands hosted its third annual social event at the Civic Centre, Gravesend, on Thursday 31st October, for over 50 members of the local business community. The occasion was an opportunity for clients and friends of the firm to meet new and existing business contacts from the local area and was ...

  • Monday 9th December 2013

    Ploughs at the ready

    Kent’s season of ploughing matches took place throughout August and September across the county with five matches at farms from Dartford to Dover. The largest, the Weald of Kent Ploughing Match, which is now in its 66th year, was held on Saturday 14th September at Reed Court Farm, Chainhurst, ...

  • Monday 9th December 2013

    Hitting the right notes

    Sophie Jenner, Commercial Property Secretary at Gullands has a secret passion…. for playing the saxophone. In the ten years she has been playing saxophone, Sophie has demonstrated raw talent and a deep passion for music that has earned her a school scholarship and has enabled her to play ...

  • Monday 9th December 2013

    Generations of musicians celebrate 50 years of KCYO

    Kent County Youth Orchestra (KCYO) celebrated its 50th anniversary at a gala concert, sponsored by Gullands, held in September, at Mote Hall, Maidstone. 160 singers, former members and special guests from all over the country were welcomed by Tommy Pearson, himself an ex-member and now Classic FM ...

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