Homebuyers’ Sentiments In India Have Changed Since COVID-19

Homebuyers’ sentiments in India have changed since COVID-19

Our client Anarock Property Consultants has recently published the results of their Pan India survey that provides a longitudinal view of consumer sentiments about the residential market and about changing consumer consumption attitudes since the outbreak of COVID-19. Industry body CII and property consultant Anarock conducted the online survey during January-June this year with a sample size of 4,965 participants. In the report, CII and Anarock say that the COVID-19 pandemic has altered homebuyers' preferences significantly, with the second wave being a significant change catalyst. I would love to hear…

News: Bowling ‘dress Up’ To Support SSAFA Armed Forces Charity

News: Bowling ‘dress up’ to support SSAFA Armed Forces Charity

Bowling & Co 'dress up' to support SSAFA Armed Forces Charity. A huge thank you to our clients, friends, and staff who ‘dressed up' in their best business attire to support Strettons, Ashfords LLP, and Nyman Libson Paul with their Tailored Tuesday launch day on 23 March in aid of SSAFA, The Armed Forces charity. For many of us, it was the first time in a while we dressed in full business attire, and for some, it appears lockdown has had a small impact on our waistlines! Nonetheless, we did not let that daunt us for…

Chancellor Empties His Purse For A Pandemic-beating Budget

Chancellor empties his purse for a pandemic-beating budget

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the UK’s economic agenda dominated the Chancellor’s 2021 Budget Statement, with support for business and jobs receiving top-line billing. In a statement focused on “protecting jobs and livelihoods”, the Chancellor outlined a range of measures designed to provide a continuing safety net for individuals, businesses, and the wider economy during the planned exit from lockdown and beyond, as outlined in the Prime Minister’s roadmap in February. This further support will see the country recording the highest-ever level of peacetime borrowing, at 16.9% of…

New Protection For Innovators With Launch Of Digital Asset Fingerprinting

New protection for innovators with launch of digital asset fingerprinting

A new online digital fingerprinting service has been launched to help protect designs and innovations from copycat misuse. The World Intellectual Property Organisation’s new online business platform – known as WIPO PROOF – is designed to safeguard intellectual assets by creating date and time-stamped digital fingerprints when information is uploaded. Owners of the assets receive tamper-proof evidence to safeguard every stage of the development cycle through to commercialisation.  The aim is to speed up any subsequent litigation over copyright, design or patent, by recording and confirming each stage.   The platform…

Shareholders’ Agreement: why should your company have one?

Although there is no legal requirement to have a Shareholders’ Agreement (‘SHA’), shareholders are often advised to have an agreement when starting a company with more than one shareholder. An SHA is an agreement between all or some of a company’s shareholders defining the parties’ rights and duties and how they will reach certain decisions. The following are some of the important reasons why your company should have an SHA in place: Privacy When a company is incorporated, the Articles of Association of the company are filed at Companies House,…

Company responsibilities during the Covid-19 pandemic

The UK Government has put in place substantial measures to help mitigate the devastating effect of Coronavirus (Covid-19) on the economy. During this lockdown period, and economic downturn, company directors are trying to comply with the government’s measures, as well as satisfying their own obligations to the company. Directors are concerned about fulfilling their responsibilities, acting with reasonable care, and in the best interests of the company, as required by the Companies Act 2006. However, during these unprecedented times, the directors’ decision mechanism is usually dependent on two vital questions:…

Trick or Treat! – The legal lowdown on our most horrible holiday

Whether you regard it as an unwelcome American import, or the chance to be downright naughty for an evening and dress up as a little devil, Trick or Treat is part of the UK’s culture. Every October 31st you’ll see hordes of ghoulies and ghosties and long-legged beasties (and at least one Captain Jack Sparrow, for some reason) of various ages, wandering the neighbourhood and demanding munchies with menaces. It’s adorable to open your door to a ghost, two fairies, and a skeleton all carrying pumpkins, but could offering these…

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