Your Commercial Property and Squatters Rights by Pritpal Chahal

Squatting is when someone deliberately and knowingly enters property without permission and lives there, or intends to live there. This is sometimes known as ‘adverse possession’. A tenant who enters the building with the permission of the landlord is not a squatter. Squatters Rights and the Law Commonly, people refer to the term ‘squatter’s rights’....

Liquid lunches: should employers adopt a zero tolerance approach?

Over time, lunchtime drinking has become widely socially acceptable and tolerated by most organisations. However, alcohol misuse can impact on an employee’s conduct or performance and employers may wish to consider whether or not they should prevent employees from drinking alcohol during the working day. There are situations where drinking alcohol on an occasional basis...

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