Michael Shapiro, Property Partner at Silver Shemmings Ash, is joined by Andy Noton, Partner & Head of Property Tax team at Lubbock Fine Chartered Accountants and Phil […]May 13, 2020 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
What is Section 82 of the Coronavirus Act 2020? Section 82 of the Coronavirus Act 2020 will prohibit commercial landlords enforcing their right to forfeit a business […]April 29, 2020 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
Thursday May 7th at 5pm sees the first in a new series of Online Seminars called ‘Hot Topics With Richard Silver’ Silver Shemmings Ash Senior Partner Richard […]April 16, 2020 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
During this time of uncertainty caused by the current pandemic, we answer the most frequently asked questions our residential property lawyers have received at this time. We […]April 9, 2020 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
This article addresses insurance issues generally – everyone’s policy will differ, and therefore it cannot possibly address all insurance policies It is as accurate as it can […]March 30, 2020 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
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