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Share and share alike, spreading the cost of horse ownership

Sharing horse ownership

Horse ownership can prove to be an expensive exercise and for some owners finding a person to share that expense in return for a fixed number of days riding and care is the solution.
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First time second-time buyers. How does it all work?

buying and selling

If you’re a first-time buyer there is a whole host of conveyancing advice online to help you take your first step onto the property ladder. But what about when you’re ready to take the second step?
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Loaning out your horse? Ensure you have a written agreement in place.

horse loan agreement

Whether you are considering putting your horse out on loan, or taking a horse on loan, you should make sure there is a loan agreement in place.
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We’re hiring! Could you be our new receptionist?

Part time receptionist, vacancy in Bury St Edmunds

We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a part-time receptionist to join our friendly team.

Working two days a week, you will play an important role in making our clients feel welcome from the moment they step through our doors.
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Is your rental property fit for human habitation?

Is your rental property fit for human habitation

New ‘fit for human habitation’ legislation designed to safeguard the standard of residential rental properties has recently come into effect, holding landlords to account for the state of accommodation let to tenants.
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Extended your home? Ensure you have the correct paperwork in place before you sell

Paperwork for selling an extended property

Selling a house that’s been extended? Ensure you have the right paperwork in place before selling an extended property…
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Top Tips for Bringing Your Dog to Work

Bring your dog to work day 2019

In honour of National ‘Bring Your Dog to Work Day’ 2019, Jon Kay, owner of  Camp Tails Doggy Daycare in Bury St Edmunds, shares with us 5 top tips for bring your dog to the office!
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Buying a horse? Protect your purchase

Buying a horse

When you purchase a horse or pony from a dealer or trader you have the added protection of the Consumer Rights Act 2015. When you purchase direct from a private individual you may have to rely on the Misrepresentations Act 1967 and/or a breach of contract.
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Supporting your child through a family break-up

Supporting children through a divorce

The breakdown of a relationship can be a traumatic time for both parties, but it can feel even worse if children are involved. Our expertise has given us an understanding of how you can fully support your child throughout the process.
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Do I need a solicitor when taking on a commercial lease?

Do i need a solicitor for taking on a commercial lease

For many businesses, choosing commercial premises goes hand-in-hand with business growth. You’ve thought strategically about the location, required facilities, space for expansion and how much you are prepared to pay per sq. metre. It’s an exciting time, but also a potentially risky one…
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