December 2014 | Walker Foster SolicitorsDecember 2014 | Walker Foster Solicitors

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The Skipton and Ilkley offices of Walker Foster took part in the Christmas Jumper day initiative organised by Save the Children to raise much needed funds. The staff were invited to come to work in a colourful woolly on Friday 12th…

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This article looks at how employers can manage poorly performing employees.  This article is addressed at employers who have employees who show a lack of skill or aptitude for their work and are making persistent low-level errors.  Frequently, these are…

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The recent Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) case regarding holiday pay has caused quite a lot of comment in the press but what effect will it have for employers? Article 7 of the Working Time Directive (which is given effect in…

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A right of way can be acquired by long use. The law in this area has evolved in a sometimes confusing manner but if a landowner is using a way over a neighbours land for twenty years openly, without permission…

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If you are in a relationship where you are not engaged or married, then you are considered to be cohabitees.  Issues can arise either prior to living together, or on separation.  The law in this area is complex and requires…

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