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Businesses and individuals to benefit as High Wycombe law firm appoints two partners

Posted in Press Releases | Posted on 18 Feb , 2019

Businesses and individuals from across Buckinghamshire stand to benefit from the appointment of two new partners at a High Wycombe law firm. Reynolds Parry Jones LLP has promoted Charlotte Kerns and Kalbir…

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New reporting measures governing top executive pay come into force

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 28 Jan , 2019

New Government regulations have come into force this month making companies “justify their pay” for top bosses. The new pay ratio regulations will apply to large UK listed companies with over 250 employees….

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Businesses to be named and shamed under proposed new late payment system

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 28 Jan , 2019

A newly proposed traffic light system could be used to put a spotlight on businesses with track records of late payments. Paul Uppal, the Small Business Commissioner, has suggested the system be put in…

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Domestic Abuse Bill to include economic and non-physical abuse

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 28 Jan , 2019

The draft Domestic Abuse Bill has been published in a bid to further support victims and their families. Updated legislation was proposed after research revealed that domestic abuse issues in England and…

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Firms need to have clear polices on sexual harassment in the workplace

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 28 Jan , 2019

Experts here at RPJ have stated that businesses need to have clear policies in place on sexual harassment in the workplace. One of our Partners, Robert Hill, made the comments following allegations against…

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New law to ensure standards in rented accommodation

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 28 Jan , 2019

A new law will ensure that private and social rented properties will meet certain safety standards throughout a tenancy, the Government has announced. The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act, brought…

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What happens if I am caught up in a property dispute?

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 28 Jan , 2019

Whether you are a landlord, tenant or a homeowner, being involved in a property dispute can be a stressful and difficult time if you do not have the right advice to hand. According to recent data published…

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High Wycombe law firm says firms need to have clear polices on sexual harassment in the workplace

Posted in Press Releases | Posted on 15 Jan , 2019

A High Wycombe law firm has cautioned that businesses need to have clear policies in place on sexual harassment in the workplace. Robert Hill, a Partner at Reynolds Parry Jones LLP made the comments following…

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High Wycombe lawyers urge shared ownership first-time buyers to check if they qualify for a Stamp Duty Land Tax refund

Posted in Press Releases | Posted on 10 Jan , 2019

Professionals at a High Wycombe law firm are urging first-time buyers who have bought a shared ownership property since November 2017 to check if they qualify for a Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) refund. Property…

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High Wycombe lawyers to host discussion on what Brexit means for commercial property

Posted in Press Releases | Posted on 7 Jan , 2019

Lawyers from a prominent High Wycombe-based law firm are to host a discussion later this month on what Brexit means for the commercial property market. Members of the team at Reynolds Parry Jones LLP will…

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