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Restaurant That Suppressed Cash Sales Hit With Tax and Penalty Demands

Those involved in the hospitality or retail trade who suppress their cash takings with a view to avoiding tax must live in fear that the next person to walk through the door will be a tax inspector. As a case concerning a takeaway restaurant showed , such...

Trading Via a Company - Fitness Coach Faces COVID-19 Grants Clawback

Conducting your trade through the medium of a limited company can bring tax and other benefits. However, as a case concerning the clawback of COVID-19 support grants paid to a fitness coach showed , it can also have disadvantages, not all of which can be...

Former Tenant of Historic Hotel Ordered to Pay Six-Figure Dilapidation Costs

Tenants of commercial premises are often subject to rigorous repair obligations and are required to hand them back at the end of their leases in a similar condition to that in which they found them. In one High Court case, a hotel operator who failed to...

Want a Loved One to Succeed to Your Council Tenancy? See a Lawyer Today

If you are a council tenant and are anxious to ensure that a loved one succeeds to your tenancy after your death, you should seek legal advice straight away. A High Court case powerfully illustrated the potentially dire consequences of failing to do so. The...

COVID-19 - No Binding Contract for Supply of Millions of Surgical Face Masks

As demand for personal protective equipment exploded at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the business community leapt to the pumps. However, in the context of knife-edge negotiations for the supply of millions of surgical face masks, the High Court has...
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