Blog - Coodes Solicitors
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Can your business dictate its employees’ appearance?

Posted on September 23, 2016

Following a number of high profile cases, Acas has published new guidance on ‘Dress Codes and Appearances at work’. Coodes…

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Short business guide to the duties of a director

Posted on September 20, 2016, by Sonya Bassett

Sonya Bassett, Partner and Head of Corporate & Commercial at Coodes Solicitors outlines the duties of a company director, specified…

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Charities must be vigilant when booking guest speakers

Posted on September 14, 2016

A new report from the Charity Commission highlights the issues that can arise when charities invite guest speakers to events….

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Why I applaud The Archers for tackling domestic abuse

Posted on September 12, 2016, by Lucy Theobald

The harrowing domestic abuse storyline on The Archers has finally reached a conclusion. Coodes Solicitors Family Lawyer and domestic abuse specialist…

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Land Registry privatisation on hold

Posted on September 09, 2016, by Kirsty Baxter

Following her recent article on the potential privatisation of the Land Registry and how it could affect homeowners, Coodes Solicitors’…

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Don’t let news reports put you off a Help to Buy ISA

Posted on September 09, 2016, by Jane Stewart

Jane Stewart, Chartered Legal Executive in the Residential Property team, comments on news reports criticising the Help to Buy ISA….

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How to ensure your Tenant is liable for Council tax at the end of their Tenancy

Posted on September 05, 2016

Coodes Partner and Commercial Property lawyer Paula Dunkley looks at a recent High Court case and how this has important…

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Tenants calling on landlords for energy efficient housing, ahead of new EPC legislation

Posted on September 02, 2016, by Jo Morgan

As landlords prepare for the new minimum standards for EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) ratings on their properties, Jo Morgan, Partner…

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Can landlords and tenants rely on digital contracts?

Posted on August 31, 2016

Coodes Partner and Commercial Property lawyer Paula Dunkley comments on whether digital communications can be used to create legally binding…

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Tighter regulations for Falmouth landlords

Posted on August 23, 2016, by Laura Noble

Laura Rowe, Conveyancing Executive in Coodes Solicitors’ Residential Property team outlines proposed changes to renting out houses of multiple occupancy…

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