In April of this year, the UK Government launched a consultation to consider the possibility of offering a Sharia-compliant finance product as an alternative to traditional loans for students attending higher education institutions. Continue reading
What are the pitfalls for landlords when negotiating option agreements?
The Agricultural Holdings Legislation Review Group published their interim report in late June 2014. The Group was established by the Scottish Government to ensure that the Scottish tenant farming sector is “dynamic, getting the best from the land and the people farming it”. Continue reading
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Back by very popular demand, our Employment Law Team delivered their Employment Law Annual Update 2014.
This session was specifically designed to bring our clients and contacts up-to-date with recent employment law developments whilst taking a look ahead at the remainder of 2014.
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The topic of Scottish independence was the focus of discussion at Wardie Primary School in Edinburgh on Monday as Tods Murray visited the school to help Primary 7 pupils prepare and run their very own independence debate. Continue reading
In a recent decision a Sheriff Principal held that a claim brought by two customers against Ryanair for compensation following the cancellation of a flight was not time-barred by Ryanair’s terms and conditions, which state that actions for damages must be brought within 2 years of the date of arrival of the flight. The case involved consideration of the distinction, in the context of the case, between compensation and damages. Continue reading
The life of a trainee lawyer will be documented by those learning their trade as the new trainees at Tods Murray Solicitors with the hopefuls seeking to build on the reputation of the firm’s Inside Tods blog which sees over 60k visits a year. Continue reading