Articles


Tribunal Tackles Import Duty on Smart Watch Straps

Mar 29, 2017

First-Tier Tribunal (FTT) considers the import duty status of straps to attach smart watches to users’ wrists.

Landlord mistakenly grants 2000 year tenancy after not taking legal advice

Feb 17, 2017

A recent case has shown the dangers of not taking legal advice before granting a tenancy. A commercial landlord who failed to seek proper advice inadvertently granted a 2000 year tenancy, 1999 years longer than anticipated!

The Reynolds Report- how do you like them apples?

Sep 30, 2016

What should you do when you're served an Advance Payment Notice by HMRC requiring payment "on account" of disputed tax liabilities pending determination of the dispute?

Temperatures soaring in the workplace

Sep 06, 2016

This summer’s hot weather raised the issue of the law regarding temperatures in the workplace.

The Reynolds Report - If at first you don't succeed...?

Jul 19, 2016

Martin Reynolds of Barrett & Co in Reading explains the legal term "conditional contract" and the big difference between "best endeavours" and "reasonable endeavours"

Initial thoughts on the effect of Brexit on Businesses

Jul 05, 2016

Although the exit negotiations will be lengthy after the UK Government formally begins the withdrawal process from the EU and nothing will change in law for two years, businesses will need to plan ahead for the eventuality.

The Reynolds Report - What is 2 plus 2?

Jun 24, 2016

When dealing with business sales I am frequently reminded of the story of the wise business woman who was interviewing accountants to help run her business.

Is it time your company had a legal MOT?

Jun 22, 2016

If you haven't had a business MOT for a while or you're worried about gaps in your company's legal cover, take a look at this video presentation.

Our Company and Commercial team complete the JLL Property Triathlon for the Starlight Children's Foundation

Jun 16, 2016

Martin Reynolds, Rob Jefferies and Charlotte Mckenty completed the JLL Property Triathlon on 1st July 2016 in a very respectable time of 1 hour and 26 minutes in aid of the Starlight Children's Foundation.

Tenant 'holding over' after short leases expire

Jun 16, 2016

Martin Reynolds, Senior Commercial Solicitor at Barrett & Co, looks at two hypothetical scenarios in which tenants are occupying commercial premises on expired short leases.

Welcome to the Barrett and Co Articles Library, here you will find articles on many relevant and interesting topics. This section will be updated every few months so check back regularly. If you have any suggestions for articles please email [email protected] or use the Contact Form on the right.

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