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Assignations in security: an experiment in quantum mechanics?

Posted, 08 November 2017 by Jennifer Young in Views
Categories: Construction

Does a debtor with a continuing financial interest in a building contract have title to sue after an assignation in security? Jennifer Young explains.

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Modern Limited Duration Tenancies (MLDTs) — a new type of agricultural tenancy

Posted, 07 November 2017 by Lois Craig in Views
Categories: Private client | Rural

What will change later this month when the Modern Limited Duration Tenancy (MLDT) replaces the Limited Duration Tenancy (LDT) for all agricultural leases over 10 years?

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Ledingham Chalmers Inverness construction café: Performance bond and parent company guarantees, some cautionary tales — Monday 20 November 2017

Posted, 02 November 2017 in News
Categories: Events

Join our free event in Inverness to find out how the conflicting interests of contractors, employers and guarantors can collide with unexpected results.

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It’s cancer, boss: helping employers support staff with a terminal diagnosis — Wednesday 1 November 2017

Posted, 30 October 2017 in News
Categories: Events

Partner Kirk Tudhope will discuss the legal and HR issues which may arise when employees are affected by cancer, terminal illness or bereavement at an event hosted by the Highland Hospice.

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Ledingham Chalmers’ Aberdeen data protection café: surviving the GDPR - Friday 3 November 2017

Posted, 25 October 2017 in News
Categories: Events

New Europe-wide regulations will radically alter every business’ approach to data protection. Find out more at the firm’s free event next week.

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Ledingham Chalmers co-hosts Moray Chamber of Commerce business breakfast with MJD Systems - Thursday 26 October 2017

Posted, 23 October 2017 in News
Categories: Events

Inverness partner Kirk Tudhope will explain the considerable impact the GDPR will have on all businesses at this week’s event in Elgin.

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How do you make your rental property stand out from the crowd?

Posted, 19 October 2017 by Mike Cunningham in Views
Categories: Residential property

It’s a renter’s market in the north east just now, so what can landlords do to attract tenants?

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The inaugural Vuelta de Isla Negra: ten lessons learned

Posted, 18 October 2017 by Jennifer Young in Views

From duct tape to pot holes, chairman and partner Jennifer Young shares her main lessons learned from the inaugural Vuelta de Isla Negra.

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