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Why is the spotlight on limited partnerships?

In mid January 2017, the government announced a “call for evidence” on a review of the current limited partnership law. Within the same week, they released a revised draft legislative reform order amending the Limited Partnerships Act 1907. This reform will largely relieve private equity and venture capital funds, who favour LP structures, of certain administrative requirements. The...
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What are family investment companies and how do they work?

Family Investment Companies A tax efficient way to retain control over assets and pass them to the next generation We have helped with the incorporation and legal structuring of a number of family investment companies (FIC) recently. It is worth considering them as part of a strategy for inheritance, succession and wealth planning. Take the example of parents who...
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10 reasons why your business needs standard terms and conditions

  Every supplier selling goods and/or services needs standard terms and conditions of business for the following reasons: 1) Save time and expense Each time the supplier enters a contract to sell its goods or services, by having its own terms and conditions, it avoids the time and expense of creating a bespoke contract or having to rely on the terms...
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Common Law vs. Civil Law: A Rough Guide for Your Business

Imagine running a company in a country different from your homeland. What would the legal framework be like? Would it allow you to go ahead with your innovative ideas? Would compliance requirements be similar to those with which you are already familiar? Taking into account the number of countries in the world where you can establish business links, the possibilities seem endless. If you...
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The gig is up... or is it?

With increased congestion and roadworks on every corner, bicycles are coming in to their own. Commuters are donning Lycra and all sorts of businesses, including fast food and courier companies, are now making deliveries on two wheels in order to offer their customers a more efficient service. The so-called ‘gig economy’ has taken off in the UK during the last 12 months or so both...
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