October 3

Retention of Title – Goods on Credit

A Retention of Title Clause is a prudent precaution, particularly when operating a business which routinely supplies goods on credit. The most common type of retention of title clause is the “all monies” or “current account” retention clause. This is used where the business is in an ongoing commercial relationship with the buyer of the.

October 3

Safeguarding Your Assets

In these uncertain times many businessmen are transferring assets, frequently including the family home, to their wives. The hope is that in so doing these assets will be put out of reach of their creditors, usually the Banks. But how effective are such transfers? The law has moved with the times and new laws have.

October 3

Legal Capacity

In order to validly execute a document such as a contract, deed or Will, a person must have the Legal Capacity to do so. This means that a person must have the ability to understand the nature of the document he or she is signing, and the consequences that will flow from doing so. Legal.

September 1

Wills with Children in Mind

Many of us only realise for the first time how extremely important it is to make a will when we become parents. There are a number of extra factors which have to be considered when we have children. Who will take care of my children if I die? Who will be responsible for decisions about.

September 1

Mortgage Arrears And How To Deal With Them

With so many people facing financial worry and uncertainty, mortgage arrears is a topic which is very much to the forefront of people’s minds at the moment. There are various useful tips and strategies if you find yourself in arrears, some of which are as follows: Communication: It is essential that you remain in communication.