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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Transaction planning will need to take into account the impact of coronavirus on execution of documents and company filing and...
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15th Oct
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Legal opinions are used in the vast majority of financing transactions. They are usually either a condition precedent to funding or a condition...
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8th Oct
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Guarantees (see Practice Note: Guarantees) and third party security (see Practice Note: Third party security) from individuals are relatively common...
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29th Sep
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In financing transactions, conditions precedent are the conditions that need to be fulfilled for funding to occur.This Practice Note explains:•the...
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26th Sep
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Debentures are used in many types of financing where it is desirable to take security over all of the assets of a particular entity. They are a form...
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26th Sep
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Set-off is a complex yet important concept in legal proceedings generally and for many different types of transaction.Independent set-off and...
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26th Sep
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There are four main types of security available under English law: •mortgage•charge•pledge, and•lienThis Practice Note explains:•the nature of a...
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26th Sep
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Land (or real property) is commonly offered as security for a loan. In this context, land has more relevance than some other assets because it can be...
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26th Sep
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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Transaction planning will need to take into account the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on execution of documents and company...
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26th Sep
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This Practice Note sets out certain key cases and associated relevant content in relation to guarantees. The cases are divided by topic area and...
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25th Sep
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What is a debenture?In the context of secured lending, the term 'debenture' means a form of security agreement that grants security interests over a...
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25th Sep
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Contractual rights are a type of chose in action, ie something that is recoverable by legal action as opposed to something that is physically...
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25th Sep
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In commercial lending transactions receivables are typically offered as security:•as part of a package of security over the whole of a company's...
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25th Sep
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A lender's primary concern is that it is repaid. Even if a lender obtains a judgment for payment of the sum owed to it by its borrower, this does not...
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25th Sep
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There are five main types of set-off:•independent set-off (sometimes known as legal set-off or statutory set-off)•transaction set-off (also known as...
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25th Sep
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Guarantees are typically used in banking transactions as a form of collateral for a debt. In such circumstances, they are a contractual arrangement...
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25th Sep

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ScopeThis Practice Note, produced in partnership with James Collis and John Alderton of Squire Patton Boggs LLP summarises the various schemes and...
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2nd Sep
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Coronavirus (COVID-19)Lawyers across the world are currently grappling with many common areas of concern in connection with the coronavirus (COVID-19)...
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26th Sep
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Lawyers across the world are currently grappling with many common areas of concern in connection with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The...
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26th Sep
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Is there a force majeure event?In English law, the expression ‘force majeure’ does not refer to a legal doctrine. Instead, the expression ‘force...
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28th Sep
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Amendment and waiver requests are an important aspect of managing any facility for lenders.During the life of a facility agreement, the needs of a...
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28th Sep
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What is the doctrine of frustration?If the contract does not include a force majeure clause or it does but the applicable force majeure event is not...
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28th Sep
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Many businesses are closing their offices or recommending their staff work from home in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). This...
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28th Sep
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What are the key features of the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme?The government has announced a number of measures to assist businesses...
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28th Sep
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We have assumed that the question relates to the execution of a scanned version of a contract or deed.We would like to refer you to the following...
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28th Sep
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Why are material adverse change (MAC) clauses in the spotlight?The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has already caused some businesses to fail and...
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28th Sep
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Contracts and deedsThere are two types of written agreement:•simple contracts. No particular formalities are required. There must be consideration and...
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Produced in partnership with Lynne Counsell of 9 Stone Buildings 28th Sep
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Following completion of a share purchase transaction, the stock transfer form which effects the transfer of the sale shares from the seller to the...
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28th Sep
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While there is no specific primary legislation in relation to the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS), section 75 of the Coronavirus...
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28th Sep
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While a force majeure certificate from China could not bind the English courts in their determination of whether such an event had occurred for the...
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Produced in partnership with Richard Colbey of Lamb Chambers 28th Sep
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Many businesses are closing their offices or recommending their staff work from home in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). This...
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28th Sep
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This question envisages a written agreement, which contains, in a schedule, the form of a further agreement, which the parties may sign on some future...
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28th Sep
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Unlike company general meetings and annual general meetings, there are no provisions in the Companies Act 2006  regulating board meetings or...
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28th Sep
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An instrument is validly executed as a deed by an individual only if it is signed by them in the presence of a witness who attests the signature. The...
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28th Sep

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