The Court of Appeal (CoA) has this week released judgment in the case of NHS Leeds v Larner, a decision that was keenly awaited in order to provide some clarity in the contentious area relating to the treatment of accrued holiday during sick leave.
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Changes are being introduced for Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) for Scottish properties. Most of the changes will be effective from 1st October 2012, with the remaining changes being effective from 9th January 2013.
Landlords are increasingly taking a dim view of tenants who fail to adhere to the various notice provisions within a lease, particularly where a tenant is seeking to terminate a lease either through the use of a break clause or prior to the expiry of the lease. It is therefore vital that tenants are not only aware of the various notice periods within a lease, but also the potential pitfalls of failure to comply with them.
Businesses can apply to the OFT for removal of land use restrictions limiting competition against any of the UK's seven largest grocery retailers. This measure is to help consumers take advantage of increased local competition.
The cream of entrepreneurial talent from Glasgow and the West of Scotland met on Friday 20th July as their achievements were recognised and rewarded.