How to Deal with anti-social Behaviour Tenants – Solicitor Scotland

How to Deal with anti-social Behaviour Tenants – Solicitor Scotland

Landlords will frequently encounter tenants who engage in anti-social behaviour (ASB). If internal policies have been exhausted and the tenant’s conduct has stayed the same, this article presents a variety of strategies for addressing ASB.   Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBO) – Scotland An Anti-Social Behaviour Order (ASBO) is a preventative measure that can be implemented…

Understanding Stalking Laws in Scotland: A Guide for Solicitors

Understanding Stalking Laws in Scotland: A Guide for Solicitors

Stalking is a pervasive issue that can severely affect the lives of individuals. In Scotland, recognizing the seriousness of stalking, the legal framework has been designed to provide robust protection for victims. Solicitors play a crucial role in this scenario, helping victims navigate the complexities of the law and ensuring their safety and rights are…

Settlement Agreements in Scotland: Questions Answered by a Solicitor

Settlement Agreements in Scotland: Questions Answered by a Solicitor

Settlement agreements are a vital tool in resolving disputes and finalising terms when an employment relationship ends in Scotland and throughout the United Kingdom. They offer a structured and legally sound way for both employers and employees to agree on separation terms, often including compensation and other conditions to protect both employees and employers from…

At work, you have a right to be free of discrimination – Employment law Glasgow

At work, you have a right to be free of discrimination – Employment law Glasgow

Discrimination in the workplace may be a source of concern for LGBTQ+ individuals. We are committed to ensuring that you are aware of your rights and the steps to take if they are not being upheld.  In the workplace, you are entitled to a sense of well-being and happiness, and the law offers some degree…

Understanding Redundancy Law in Scotland: How Redundancy Solicitors Can Help You Navigate the Process

Understanding Redundancy Law in Scotland: How Redundancy Solicitors Can Help You Navigate the Process

When faced with redundancy, the whirlwind of emotions and decisions can be overwhelming. However, knowing your legal rights and the proper procedures can significantly mitigate this stress. In Scotland, solicitors specialising in employment law play a crucial role in guiding individuals through the complexities of redundancy. This blog post aims to shed light on how…

Eviction Grounds in Scotland for Tenant: Essential Information

Eviction Grounds in Scotland for Tenant: Essential Information

Navigating the terrain of eviction laws in Scotland can be a tricky affair for solicitors. Ensuring compliance with these laws while balancing the rights and obligations of both landlords and tenants within a private residential tenancy is paramount. In Scotland, the Private Housing (Tenancies) (Scotland) Act 2016 introduced comprehensive changes, aiming to offer security, stability,…

What happens to shares upon the death of a Shareholder

What happens to shares upon the death of a Shareholder

Updated 16/04/2024 Questions about what should happen to the assets of a shareholder after death and how they should be distributed to beneficiaries. Here, we will detail four helpful actions to take into account when transferring the shares of a deceased shareholder who has passed away, with business owners and executors in mind. Step 1:…

Changes to employment law changes come into effect in April 2024

Changes to employment law changes come into effect in April 2024

Holiday regulations for part-time and irregular-hour employees- Employment Law For holiday years commencing on or after April 1, 2024, holiday entitlement calculations and compensation for part-year and irregular-hours employees must comply with the new regulations. At the end of each pay period, holidays are accrued at a rate of 12.07% of the worker’s actual hours…