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Publications: Robert Botkai

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Rent Deposit Deeds: held by trust or by charge?

Rent deposits are a popular type of security taken by landlords to insure against the risk of a tenant failing to pay rent or breaching certain covenants in the lease. The two most common methods of holding a rent deposit are by a charge or by a trust. This Briefing will assess the advantages and disadvantages of both.

(Publication Date: Tue 21 Mar 2017)

Standardised Packaging of Tobacco Products: Implications for Retailers

Considers the consequences of the Standardised Packaging of Tobacco Products Regulations 2015 and Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016 on the display and selling of tobacco products.

(Publication Date: Thu 09 Mar 2017)

Immigration Act 2016: Implications for owners and operators of licensed premises

This briefing follows on from our October note on the Immigration Bill 2015, and looks at the implications for owners and operators of licensed premises.

(Publication Date: Fri 17 Jun 2016)

Tobacco Register

The HMRC is consulting on whether the UK should adopt a licence system to control the retail and wholesale of tobacco, tobacco equipment and the supply chain.

(Publication Date: Tue 01 Mar 2016)

Sunday Trading Rules – Update!

The Government consultation on whether to devolve the power to extend Sunday trading hours to local areas concluded in September 2015 and have this week published the findings.

(Publication Date: Fri 12 Feb 2016)

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