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Cautious optimism returning to the market?

The Aberdeen Solicitors' Property Centre has published the latest statistics for the third quarter of 2021 relating to the Aberdeen Housing Market. An encouraging read as we head into the darker winter months, the report details a steady improvement on previous years, with market conditions slowly becoming more favourable to sellers. Read more

End of an Era

After 50 years of distinguished legal service within the profession, Denis Yule, solicitor with Mackinnons Solicitors LLP has decided to fully retire. Read more

People of Significant Control – Part 3

This third and final instalment shall consider PSC conditions 4 and 5.  Generally speaking, PSC conditions 4 and 5 shall only be considered if the first 3 do not apply.   Read more

People of Significant Control – Part 2

Further to our recent article, Persons of Significant Control – Part 1, this part 2 of the series shall consider the PSC conditions 1, 2 and 3 in more detail. Read more

People of Significant Control – Part 1

A recent query from Companies House as regards the people of significant control (“PSCs”) of a client company prompted a useful recap of the PSC Rules and it was considered useful to share. Read more

Written Resolutions

Although there has been much said of procedures to conduct a meeting amidst a worldwide pandemic, one should not forget that there is a useful alternative; the ability to use written resolutions.  Written resolutions can be utilised by directors and also shareholders and allow for greater flexibility in that decisions... Read more

Anna Kaparaki – Greek International Women’s Award

Mackinnons are thrilled to see that our marine and shipping law solicitor, Anna Kaparaki, who joined us in 2018, has been shortlisted for this prestigious award within her home country of Greece. Read more

Enhanced Level 4 Restrictions - COVID 19 Update

With immediate effect the whole of Mainland Scotland is now subject to enhanced Level 4 restrictions.  With very few exceptions, these restrictions impose a legal requirement upon people leaving home other than for “essential purposes”.  Read more

Changes ahead for Companies House and Company Officers?

The UK government ran a consultation from May to August 2019 on Corporate and Transparency Register Reform.  It was noted that the operations of Companies House had remained largely the same for many years and unfortunately, recently there have been increasing instances of misuse and concerns about accuracy.  The Consultation... Read more

Directors’ duties revisited

Further to our Article Directors Duties in Difficult Times from April 2020, The Chartered Governance Institute has recently published guidance for directors providing a useful summary of their statutory duties and some practical guidance to enable compliance.  Although some points are aimed at public companies, the summary and practical guidance... Read more
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End of an Era

End of an Era After 50 years of distinguished legal service within the profession, Denis Yule, solicitor with Mackinnons Solicitors LLP has decided to fully retire.

Read More