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Latimer Hinks Urges Caution Following "Worrying" Tax Tribunal Warning

Latimer Hinks Urges Caution Following "Worrying" Tax Tribunal Warning

31st July 2014
Latimer Hinks Solicitors is warning businesses to be cautious when discarding historic paperwork, following a landmark tax ruling. Under existing ... Read More

Top Tips for Letting a Property

Top Tips for Letting a Property

25th July 2014
Last week, I wrote about the potential pitfalls of putting property out onto the market as a short-term let. As ... Read More

It's Time to Adopt an Old Fashioned Attitude to Death

It's Time to Adopt an Old Fashioned Attitude to Death

24th July 2014
Latimer Hinks Solicitors, one of County Durhams longest established law firms, is urging people to adopt a more "old fashioned ... Read More

The Necessity for a Clear and Up-to-Date Partnership Agreement

The Necessity for a Clear and Up-to-Date Partnership Agreement

22nd July 2014
There is little doubt that having in place an up-to-date partnership agreement, including provisions concerning, amongst other matters, death and ... Read More

3.2 Million Homeowners Plan Short-Term Lets

3.2 Million Homeowners Plan Short-Term Lets

18th July 2014
By Martin Williamson, Head of Residential Property, Latimer Hinks Solicitors www.latimerhinks.co.uk As many as 3.2 million homeowners are planning to ... Read More

Latimer Hinks Assists in Bringing Innovative Sports Service to Farm Shop

Latimer Hinks Assists in Bringing Innovative Sports Service to Farm Shop

16th July 2014
Latimer Hinks Solicitors has helped a popular farm shop expand and diversify its business with the introduction of a dedicated ... Read More

Key Rooms to Help Attract Buyers

Key Rooms to Help Attract Buyers

11th July 2014
By Martin Williamson, Head of Residential Property, Latimer Hinks Solicitors www.latimerhinks.co.uk Whether you're looking to sell or just fancy a ... Read More

Changes to Law on Wills takes into Account 21st Century Families

Changes to Law on Wills takes into Account 21st Century Families

9th July 2014
Latimer Hinks has welcomed new rules that will make the distribution of assets easier for families when someone dies without ... Read More

The Current State of Play in the Property Market

The Current State of Play in the Property Market

4th July 2014
By Martin Williams, Head of Residential Property Over the past few weeks Ive focused on the lighter side of the ... Read More

Keeping Hens at Home: How not to Fall Foul of the Law

Keeping Hens at Home: How not to Fall Foul of the Law

2nd July 2014
Increasing numbers of people are choosing to keep chickens in the UK with an estimated half a million of us ... Read More