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Miranda Mulligan

Miranda Mulligan

Employment Solicitor
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In a unanimous decision in the case of R (Unison) v The Lord Chancellor on 26 July 2017, the Supreme Court found that tribunal fees are unlawful.

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This week is National Apprenticeship Week. What many employers don’t realise is that the term ‘apprenticeship’ can mean many things and, in legal terms, the contractual arrangements can be quite complex.

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A Trustee is appointed to administer the terms of a trust, which put simply, is a mechanism, whether in an express document or implied by law, by which one party holds property for the benefit of another, the trust beneficiaries. A Trustee can be appointed...
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During the course of the 2015 Budget the Chancellor took the opportunity to make a political statement directed towards the tax planning undertaken by the leader of the Labour Party and indicated that the use of ‘Deeds of Variation’ would be the...
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Effective from 20 March 2014, Her Majestys Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have implemented a new Stamp Duty Land Tax Band for residential properties bought by Non-Natural Persons.Residential properties bought by Non-Natural Persons with a value of...
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‘ Help to Buy ' is a phrase that has gained a lot of popularity and publicity in recent years, particularly in the press. But what does it actually mean and how can it be of interest to you? Here, we hope to dispel some of the uncertainty and...