The decision to transfer a business is often straightforward. Ensuring the relevant legislation is not forgotten is where Norton Peskett can help.

There are certain legal requirements that have to be observed when a business is transferred. Failure to do so can cause problems and be costly. Employees are protected and you need to know what this means. What you can do in a transfer, and what you cannot. If you are being transferred, it helps if you know what should happen. Norton Peskett helps many businesses to plan and mange a transfer. Employee rights are paramount in avoiding litigation. Our expert lawyers can meet with you to listen to what your plans are. We explain what you need to do, and help make it happen. We always explain your options and the issues using plain English. And we clearly say what the likely timescales and costs are. And if a problem should occur, we are always on hand to help find you a solution. If you’re involved in a business transfer, contact us today on 01493 849200 to see for yourself how we can help.

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