Since 2004, Notices of Potential Liability for Costs (NPLCs) have been a useful tool in the armoury of property factors and housing associations in recovering common maintenance costs and debts due by owner-occupiers for factoring costs.
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In its early days, crowdfunding was seen as a fad - a way for bands to fund an album or slightly wacky projects to get off the ground. You might get a CD, a bottle of beer or a free t-shirt out of it, but it wasn't serious business.
Not so long ago, the concept of crowdfunding – gathering small amounts of investment from a large number of people to fund a specific business or objective – was seen as a slightly wacky way to raise money. Much as many football clubs would have loved their fans to donate to a fund to buy Lionel Messi, the reality was somewhat different.
An ecosystem is defined as 'any system of interconnecting and interacting parts'. This is also a word which can be used to define the business start-up community in Scotland. The boom of new businesses starting up in Scotland has created a unique start-up ecosystem and one which is continuing to grow exponentially.
When an employer acquires a business or takes on a new service, there is often a business need to review the terms and conditions of employees.