Remortgage solicitor in Manchester, UK with BlackstoneSolicitorsLtd? The Wills and Probate team at Blackstone Solicitors is here to help you and we can assist with every aspect of advising upon a Deed of Variation. This is the process whereby it is possible to vary a testator’s will We have considerable experience in this area of law and can advise you throughout the process. We can also help with all the documentation to ensure you achieve everything you are hoping to through a Deed of Variation. Contact us today and we can talk you through our services and how we can help you and your family. Simply call us on 0161 929 0121 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of the team will give you a call back as soon as possible.
This is the nuclear option in shareholder disputes and involves an aggrieved shareholder asking the court to wind up the company and bring it to an end. Usually the shareholders’ differences have become irreconcilable. The company will be wound up and if there is anything left after the creditors and liquidator have been paid, it will be distributed between the shareholders. They will go their separate ways. Not every aggrieved shareholder will be able to justify a winding up petition to the court and there will have to be strong reasons for believing that the company can no longer continue. The shareholder must demonstrate that there will be a tangible benefit in making a winding up order. If there is some alternative remedy, which would allow the company to continue, the shareholder may find that the court refuses to make the order.
Are there any restrictions on transferring the ownership of a property with a mortgage? In addition to passing your lender’s eligibility checks, there are other factors that could prohibit you from transferring the ownership of the property with the existing mortgage. These include: If the property is buy-to-let and one of the ‘new owners’ intends to live in the property, If a person being removed from a mortgage will still be living in the property – at the very least they will need to waive any rights to occupation. Conditions vary from lender to lender and so it is important to get in touch with them as soon as possible in order to find out if there is anything that could affect your ability to transfer ownership.
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Rent arrears recovery doesn’t have to be complicated, especially when you have debt recovery solicitors to help. We have won cases both inside and outside of court for landlords – even where it repossessing a property to recover the rent owed. In many instances, a tenant can simply change their contact details, hoping the landlord gives up chasing payments. Collecting unpaid rent therefore often involves discovering where the former tenant is now situated. Our solicitors are adept at locating and communicating with ex tenants who owe rent.
There is a common misconception among Tenants occupying commercial premises under a lease that the premises can be handed back whenever they decide they no longer want to occupy them. Some Landlords are also under the impression that they can terminate a lease as and when they choose. Both of these views are incorrect. A lease is a contractual agreement between a Tenant and a Landlord and will last for a fixed period of time. Although some leases will include a clause that allows for early determination, most will run until they end by ‘effluxion of time’. However, there are ways to end a commercial lease early, and these processes will differ depending on who wishes to terminate the lease – the Landlord or Tenant – and under what circumstances and when. Both parties will need to be aware of their legal obligations. To speak to a solicitor about terminating a commercial lease, get in touch with us today by calling 0161 929 0121, or complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you. See additional information on https://blackstonesolicitorsltd.co.uk/.