Commercial News

Vincents supports McMurrays refinancing deal

A Lancashire haulage firm is on track for expansion following a £1.4m refinancing deal with Lloyds Bank, supported by Vincents Solicitors. Comme...

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New head for Vincents’ corporate and commercial department

Specialist in contracts, business transactions, and intellectual property Vincents Solicitors has appointed Michael Sandys as Director of Corporate a...

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Commercial department expands In Lytham

Growing offering requires premises move Lancashire law firm Vincents Solicitors has taken additional space at Lytham’s Jubilee House to accommo...

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Property team expansion continues for Vincents

Lytham-based lawyer adds to service offering Lancashire law firm Vincents Solicitors has expanded its property team with the appointment of Deborah O...

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Vincents’ corporate team wraps up £12.5m in deals

Strength of investment market continues despite Covid crisis Vincents Solicitor’s corporate team has completed £12.5m in deals for client...

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Plans have been unveiled for a new five-star aparthotel in the heart of Chester by developer Walker and Williams. The £15m investment would see...

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Vincents’ property team expands following upsurge in work

New face at Lancashire law firm due to post-Lockdown bounce An increase in property transactions at a Lancashire law firm has resulted in a recruitme...

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Further growth for Vincents’ commercial team

Newly appointed property solicitor in Chorley Property lawyer Tim Grover has been appointed to the commercial team at Lancashire’s Vincents Sol...

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Vincents brings together hotel investment deal

St Annes’ Carlton Hotel to undergo refurbishment programme Vincents Solicitors’ Craig Aikman has facilitated a deal that will see the rei...

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Vincents supports family hotel group expansion

Lancashire law firm provides legal services and bank introduction Craig Aikman, Head of Commercial Property for Vincents Solicitors, has provided leg...

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New director appointed at Vincents Solicitors

Leading property lawyer joins growing team Craig Aikman, a leading commercial and residential property lawyer, has been appointed a director at Vince...

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UK’s leading childcare specialist seals £8m in deals

Impressive start for Vincents’ new corporate head The new corporate team at Vincents Solicitors has got off to a flying start, closing more tha...

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Vincents Solicitors turns around £12m in acquisitions for Arena Capital

Lancashire law firm advises international energy investor Vincents Solicitors has been appointed to act for Irish private equity investor Arena Capit...

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Vincents supports the ‘next big coffee house brand’

Vincents Solicitors is supporting the roll out of a new chain of coffee shops across the UK. The Preston-based commercial property team is providing l...

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Chorley is a gateway and a destination

Chorley is a town with ambition, and boasts skills and attributes to make good, says Vincents Solicitors’ Claire Hamilton. Chorley could be for...

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Commercial department expansion

New starters as workload increases over 70 per cent The commercial department at Vincents Solicitors is in expansion mode with four new starters, one...

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New money laundering rules might apply to you

New regulations designed to tackle money laundering will put a greater burden on businesses than ever before. Many companies will have to implement ne...

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New concept cafe to open in Preston

Dice and Donuts receives help from Vincents Solicitors A new concept in café culture has opened in Preston, following support from Vincents So...

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Consumer Rights Act 2015 - 7 things you should know

On 1 October 2015, the Consumer Rights Act 2015 came into force to consolidate and simplify existing consumer rights in the UK, as well as creating so...

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Vincents’ support for Garstang businesses

Trio of deals for thriving Lancashire town Vincents Solicitors has helped support three independent businesses in the Lancashire market town of Garst...

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5 tips for landlords and tenants about Pop up Shops

An exciting and fashionable business trend to emerge over the last few years is pop up retail. A pop-up retail space is temporary in nature and invol...

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"Right to Rent" checks aimed at Rogue Landlords and Illegal Immigrants The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) last week...

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Short Term Tenancy Agreements

In a fast moving market, Tenant’s are often keen to ensure they can take occupation of a property as soon as they possibly can, often with sever...

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 The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (“CDM 2015”) came into force on the 06 April 2015. The previous Construction (D...

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What is an EPC?

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) provides the asset rating of a building from A to G, measuring it construction and services by examining facto...

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 Vincents gears up for international roll out of Ace Cafe

Protection of intellectual property rights for ‘global’ brand Vincents Solicitors has been appointed to handle the international intellec...

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 Vincents adds to senior management team

Vincents Solicitors has promoted Mark Alexander to its senior management team with responsibility for leading and expanding the commercial department....

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Bodycare doubles Lancashire store

Vincents supports retailer's expansion Bodycare is set to double the size of its store in Poulton-le-Fylde in Lancashire. The national retailer, wh...

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Vincents supports Lancashire retail deal

Portfolio expansion with Cabus Mart acquisition The Cabus Mart convenience store and petrol station is under new ownership following its acquisition ...

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Care home portfolio expansion

Vincents supports CPM with refinance and acquisition Lancashire care home operator CPM Care has expanded with the acquisition of its third care home....

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 Stephen Topping appointment to support growth

Vincents commercial team hits 40 per cent hike An increase in new business has seen Lancashire law firm Vincents Solictors appoint a new solicitor to...

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 Mark Alexander appointed Foxton Centre trustee

Vincents’ Head of Commercial Law joins homeless charity board Preston homeless charity The Foxton Centre has appointed Mark Alexander to the bo...

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Vincents Solicitors turns around five-week legals on £2m refinance deal A Lancashire plastics engineering firm is set to launch a series of new...

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 Franchising for Franchisors

In the current climate, a number of individuals or small businesses are looking to purchase a Franchise as a way of developing their own business and ...

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 Break clauses in commercial leases

It is common place nowadays for any tenant taking a new lease to ask for a break clause in their lease, particularly if the lease is for a term longer...

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 Agency and Distributorship Guide for Businesses

A number of businesses that operate across a wide geographical area may find that utilising agents or distributors is cost-effective. Owing to a numbe...

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Important advice for Landlords as the High Street blood bath continues

Landlords should be wary agreeing concessions with Tenants, it could lead to unwittingly tying yourself to a lasting agreement. With the number of h...

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HMV Calls in Administrators

Despite a recent major refit, and attempting to diversify its offering into modern-technology and gadgets, HMV has of this morning ceased trading ...

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Can a warranty in a share purchase agreement (SPA) also be a representation?

A recent case has examined this particular point – Sycamore Bidco Ltd v Breslin (2012) – and has provided a useful insight as to the court...

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Vincents appoints new Head of Commercial Legal Services

Mark Alexander has been appointed as Head of the Commercial Legal Services, at Vincents Solicitors in Preston. Mark will lead the growth of Vincent&...

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Fire Insurance for Businesses

A recent Court of Appeal decision reinforces the importance for businesses of having insurance cover for losses occasioned by fire on their premises....

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Starting up your own business? Vincent’s top ten tips from a legal perspective The key legal aspects of a start-up business typically faced by...

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For much of the 1980s, Apple battled Microsoft in court, trying to prove that early versions of Windows illegally copied the look and feel of Apple&rs...

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When business partners fall out, what’s your recourse? Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is suing former business partner Danny Lavy for hi-jacking ...

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David Cameron has pledged to ‘go after’ G4S over the Olympics security chaos, as the Government targeted the firm's £57m management...

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The high profile ‘potato fraud’ reported recently saw Sainsbury fall victim to a large scale, but relatively uncomplicated Procurement Fr...

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A Family Business Charter guiding family businesses success Family owned businesses play a pivotal role in the UK economy. It is estimated that in e...

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