Your situation is common, but ultimately you remain liable to pay the rent (and service charges if applicable) despite being unable to trade for many months.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, the government introduced the Companies etc. (Filing Requirements) (Temporary Modifications) Regulations 2020, which extended the timeline for a number of key filing deadlines for Companies House.
On 17 March 2021, the Government released new guidance for people in the category of clinically extremely vulnerable.
Despite current lockdown rules in the UK stating that people should ‘work from home wherever possible’ and that employers should ‘take every step possible’ to achieve this, there have been numerous reports in the media recently about people feeling they are being asked to attend the workplace unnecessarily or unsafely.
Nick Hobden recently shared his thoughts in an article for The Carer Magazine
This month has seen the publication of the full details of the Coronavirus Job Retention Bonus (‘CJRB’).
There is no doubt that COVID-19 has initiated change in the way we work as well as how we view the use of the office.
The High Court has handed down judgment in an expedited test case, which examined whether a selection of business interruption (BI) insurance policies provide cover in relation to COVID-19. The Court found in favour of the policyholders on the majority of the key issues.
Jason Varney recently wrote an article for Acquisitions International looking at opportunities in the M&A market.
Faye Cook from our corporate and commercial team responds to the Chancellor’s statement.
The ban on evictions, introduced in response to the COVID-19 crisis, had been extended again to 20 September 2020 following an announcement on 21 August 2020 from Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick MP.
As the various coronavirus business loans schemes start to come to an end, Faye Cook looks at how they have been received and why its not too late to still take advantage of these schemes, if you act now.