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Here we look at the tenant’s section 26 request for a new lease. Before reading on, it is worth checking to make sure that your lease is not excluded from this applying, and that your lease is a tenancy as defined by the 1954 Act (the “Act”). Landlords often exclude leases so that tenants don’t have as much protection. We’ll look at tenancies a little later. The Section 26 request As long as the tenancy does not exclude the
A Shareholders’ Agreement is an arrangement amongst a company’s shareholders describing how the company should be operated and the shareholders’ rights and obligations. It includes information on the regulation of the shareholders’ relationship with each other, the management of the company, ownership and transfer of company shares and the obligations and protections of shareholders. A properly drafted Shareholders’ Agreement should ensure that all shareholders are treated fairly and that their rights are protected. When a new company is first
At Tiger Law, we have successfully wound up companies and, on the other side of the coin, we have also successfully blocked people trying to wind up our clients and saved them from aggressive creditors. We have seen many clients considering starting insolvency proceedings against a debtor themselves or either threatened with insolvency proceedings. Whichever side of the proceedings you fall on, once the winding up process is embarked upon, it can be a very lengthy exercise – and expensive if you get it wrong. Generally, due to the seriousness of Company insolvency and winding
The decisions made within a Company are either the Directors’ responsibility or fall on the shareholders. Whilst quite often, a shareholder will also be a director (and vice versa), it is important to keep the decisions to be made separate. The shareholders make decisions as owners, and the directors make decisions as the managers of the company. When setting up a company, it is often the case that the initial members (shareholders) and directors are friendly and anticipate no issues
Conflict of Interest A director’s duty to disclose We’ve been hearing the term “Conflict of Interest” bandied about quite a bit lately, especially in some of the – erm – interesting news items coming from across the Pond. It’s a serious matter and not just for Presidents and their families, UK company directors are subject to some very strict regulations regarding how they manage their various roles and interests. These laws can apply to members of their immediate families too,