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Glanvilles News

May 2018 Charity Walk

On Saturday 12th May 2018, a team of 10 colleagues joined together to walk 25km across the South Downs in Sussex, organised by Just Walk , in aid of the Stonepillow charity. We are proud to have successfully raised £644 for this wonderful charity...

Lease Extensions

What costs will I incur when extending my Lease? A Flat Owner’s right to extend their lease is contained in Part II of the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 (“the 1993 Act”), specifically section 39. The exercising...

Company Statutory Registers

Every company is under a statutory duty under the Companies Act 2006 (‘the Act’) to keep and maintain statutory registers, however many companies do not comply with this statutory requirement. If you require assistance with this, or any other...

Great Legal Bake Day 2018

Glanvilles are proud to have supported the Great Legal Bake Day on 13th February 2018, in aid of the Sussex Legal Services charity. Over our three offices based in Chichester, West Sussex, and Fareham and Havant, Hampshire, we...

World Cancer Day 2018

Glanvilles are proud to have supported World Cancer Day in February 2018,  Cancer Research UK team. Over our three offices based in Chichester, West Sussex, and Fareham and Havant, Hampshire, we successfully raised over £70 through dress...

Ministry of Justice launches OPG fee refund scheme

The Ministry of Justice has launched the OPG fee refund scheme for fee payments between 1st April 2013 and 31 March 2017. Please find details for the scheme and how you can claim the partial refund here for details, or call the Office of the Public...

Court rules hotel's buildings insurance invalid due to 'suspensive condition'

The Commercial Court has ruled that a hotel’s insurer is not liable for losses claimed under the hotel’s buildings insurance policy following a fire as the hotel owners had failed to ensure an electrical inspection was carried out, rendering the...

GDPR - What you need to know

The EU General Data Protection Regulation – What You Need To Know The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR) will replace the current Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA 1998) with effect from 25 May 2018. Although the data...

New Residence Nil Rate Band

Head of Private Client team, Sonia Green , recently presented with Thesis Asset Management Ltd on the subject of the new residence nil rate band to a group of more than 20 independent financial advisors. The presentation was enthusiastically received. The...

Charity Quiz Night

We are proud to announce on Wednesday 8th November, Glanvilles held a charity quiz night in aid of The Elizabeth Foundation, www.elizabeth-foundation.org . We were amazed at the wonderful generosity and support that was received to make the evening what it...

Promotions

We are delighted to announce exciting news within the Glanvilles team. As of 1 October, Marie Callaway has been promoted to partner within our Wills, Trusts and Probate team at Havant office and Lorna Newnham has been promoted to Associate within our...

Expansion of our Elderly and Vulnerable team

We are delighted to announce exciting news within the Glanvilles team. As of October, we have welcomed Catherine Diamond to the firm as an Associate to lead the Private Client Elderly & Vulnerable team. We hope you will join us in welcoming Catherine...

Changes to 'Persons with Significant Control' regime

Changes to 'Persons with Significant Control' Regime As of 6 April 2016, most forms of registered companies in the UK were required to prepare and maintain a new statutory register known as a Persons with Significant Control (‘PSC’)...

Uber case highlights workers rights

Do you engage employees, workers or self-employed contractors or do you work under a contract of self-employment? There have been a number of recent high profile cases in particular involving Uber and Citysprint which have involved challenges to purported...

To sue or not to sue? That is the question

Should you be unlucky enough to have to go to Court then it may be sensible to seek some legal advice relating to your case. In this Article we look at county court proceedings for money where the amount in dispute is under £10,000 (excluding personal...

Solar Panels - What to Consider

It is important to investigate arrangements in detail when buying a property if it has solar panels  and also before signing up to any agreement for solar panels on a property you may already own. Usually there will be a lease arrangement where the...

How to manage your virtual life... after your death

In 1989 Sir Tim Berners-Lee wrote a proposal (which was made public in 1990) for what would eventually become the World Wide Web.  The immediate purpose of the idea was to make it easier for nuclear physics researcher to share information. However, it...

I'm a tenant... get me out of here!

You have just paid the last quarter’s rent and the bank balance is looking a lot smaller.  Maybe you could downsize or maybe there are cheaper options. That nice unit just down the road has just been let at a fraction of the rent you are paying! ...

Unsigned Employment Contract Still Valid

An employment contract which was retained and not signed by the relevant worker remains valid for the purposes of enforcing restrictive covenants contained within it, a High Court judge has ruled. Benefits received by the worker under the terms of the...

Fines for data protection breaches on the rise

Since the power of the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) to impose fines for breaches of the Data Protection Act was increased in April 2010 to a maximum fine of £500,000 the ICO has imposed a number of substantial fines. The ICO has fined...

Glanvilles WIns Prestigious Award

Glanvilles won the prestigious ‘Business & Professional Services’ award at the 2012 Isle of Wight Chamber of Commerce Business Awards for Excellence. The event, held on 23 November 2012 recognises the best businesses on the Isle of Wight. ...

Glanvilles to take part in Christmas Wrapping event

Glanvilles will be taking part in a Christmas Wrapping event at Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth on 16 December 2012, to raise awareness of Brain Tumour Research. Hugh Adams, Campaign Manager for Brain Tumour Research said “This is a great chance for...

Glanvilles raises £669 for Brain Tumour Research

Glanvilles held a Charity Quiz recently at Port Solent, with 17 teams from other professional firms taking part and raising £669 for Brain Tumour Research ( www.braintumourresearch.org ). The event was hosted by Quiz Master and Partner  Lance...

Save for your family's future with the benefit of 40% Inheritance Tax Relief

Your accumulated wealth – properties, savings and investments – has already been taxed at least once.  Hence most of us like to minimise a second or third hit of taxation on death, especially as Inheritance Tax (IHT) is levied at an onerous...

Glanvilles raises more money for Brain Tumour Research

Glanvilles helped raise £1,224.66 for Brain Tumour Research, by taking part in a Christmas Wrapping event in December. Held over two weekends in December at Gunwharf Quays, Simone Thompson and Natalie Deacon of Glanvilles were on hand to wrap presents...