Duties Of Directors Under Cyprus Companies Law

Cyprus Companies Law (Cap. 113) provides that every private company shall have at least one director and every public company shall have at least two directors (s.170). Furthermore, every company must have a secretary and a sole director shall not be also secretary. However, in the case of a single-member private liability company the sole… Read More

Milennials: Why You Need To Consider Estate Planning

Estate planning for millennials? Surely that’s the last thing that generation is thinking about. Jokes and memes about millennials abound online. When a meme about the three biggest millennial fears is all about being connected here and now, it’s no wonder that estate planning is not a high priority for people in their 20’s and… Read More

How Financial Planners Can Fight Elder Abuse

As our population continues to age, so we must continue to fight elder abuse. The most common kind of elder abuse is financial abuse, and the good news is that professionals like financial planners can help to identify and fight elder abuse. Why are the elderly targeted? Their loneliness and isolation make them easy targets.… Read More

Do I Have a Case? Three Points to Help You Know

For personal injury attorneys, one of the most frequent questions is whether or not a client has a case. For example, a client will call or be in one of our free consultations and will say, “I recently got in an accident, these are the details, do I have a case?” This inquiry should include… Read More

How to ensure non-NHS health care organisations are prepared for CQC registration

Registering with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) is compulsory for all providers of health and social care in England, not just those as part of the NHS, and it is against the law not to do so. The provider can be an individual, a partnership or an organisation and knowing which of these legal entities… Read More

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