Author Archives: Sarah Canning

About Sarah Canning

Head of the Litigation Department at Franklins which incorporates all aspects of Dispute Resolution Contractual, Property & Partnership/Director/Shareholder disputes. In her "spare" time Sarah is proud to be one of the Northamptonshire Ambassadors; an external member of the University of Northampton's Audit Committee; a board member of Northamptonshire Enterprise Partnership (NEP); and the Chair of the IoD Northamptonshire Branch. Follow her on Twitter here: @SarahJCanning

Guide to: The “Persons with Significant Control” (“PSC”) Register Regulations

From 6th April 2016, most UK companies and LLP’s are required to prepare their PSC Register which must be available for inspection from 30th June 2016. Failure to do so could lead to criminal proceedings or the inability for the … Continue reading

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It is annual report time for Money Laundering Reporting Officers

With the end of the year approaching, all Money Laundering Reporting Officer’s (MLRO’s) should be well under way in their review of their organisations anti-money laundering procedures in readiness for presenting their annual report. The annual report must be presented … Continue reading

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Regulations for terminating an Assured Shorthold Tenancy

Regulations in relation to ending an Assured Shorthold Tenancy have come into force for any new tenancy starting on or after 1 October 2015. The new regulations will affect landlords wanting to serve Section 21 notices on their tenants as follows: … Continue reading

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The need to continually reassess the strengths and weaknesses of your Claim

The case of Richmond Pharmacology Ltd v Chester Overseas Ltd & Ors [2014] EWHC 2692 (Ch) (01 August 2014) further demonstrates the need to continually assess the strengths of a case at all stages of the Court process. In this … Continue reading

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Why you should act promptly if you receive a Court Judgment

Businesses and individuals alike can find themselves being served with a Judgment in Default of an Acknowledgement of Court Proceedings being served. When faced with an Application to Set Aside such a Judgment, the Court considers a number of issues … Continue reading

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