News articles – Commercial Dispute and Litigation
Now that hotels, pubs, bars, and restaurants are back in business, leisure and hospitality operators are looking for ways to attract enough customers to remain viable.
Thackray Williams solicitors have announced their intention to extend their opening hours in order to be able better support their clients during the coronavirus pandemic, particularly those that may not be able to seek legal advice during traditional office hours.
With landlords seeking to maximise the return on their investment and business tenants keen to keep their property costs under control, there is a natural tension between both parties. In most cases a good relationship is established, but things can go awry and there can be plenty of room for a difference of opinion on each party’s rights and obligations.
When you extend credit to a customer it is very easy to forget that it is the same as handing over cash. In order to preserve and protect the financial health of your business, it is vitally important to ensure that you regularly review and update your contractual terms with your customers, suppliers and contractors.
Consumer champion and scourge of cowboy builders, TV’s Dominic Littlewood, is confirmed as one of the keynote speakers at this years’ South East Property Expo to be held at the Hop Farm, Paddock Wood, on the 17th October 2019.