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Suppliers of professionally drafted legal document templates for the UK
Suppliers of professionally drafted legal document templates for the UK

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If your website collects personal data from visitors - even if it's just an email address or a 'call me back' phone number - then there are things you have to do to comply with the Data Protection Act.


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Looking to start a new business venture? We can help with the legal side of things. Our range of legal templates are professionally drafted, up-to-date and easy to use. And very reasonably priced.

Check our our range at Clickdocs.co.uk


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The latest on the Making Tax Digital initiative. Self-employed and small businesses with turnover under £10k won't have to keep digital records. Other businesses will need to update the HMRC quarterly. The government aims to have us all reporting online by 2020.

https://www.enterprisenation.com/blog/posts/hmrc-pushes-ahead-with-digital-tax-plans-but-with-some-concessions

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Does your e-commerce website use cookies? Are you complying with the law? Find out more in our latest blog article.

https://www.clickdocs.co.uk/blog/index.php/2017/01/data-protection-for-ecommerce-cookies/

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Employment rights hit the news, and courts, again. This time both Uber and Deliveroo are under the spotlight, with drivers/couriers looking to gain basic worker rights.

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We've updated our residential tenancy agreements for England and Wales to now include a clause relating to Right to Rent checks.
If you're not sure what these checks are have a look at our blog article on the subject or check out the gov.uk website.

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Airbnb: great way for 'hosts' to gain extra income or a nightmare for neighbours? Seems to be a bit of both.

Legal issues can arise when sub-letting a rented property, and when local council regulations place limits on short-term lets.

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Here are a few thoughts for employers on how UK employment law might be affected by Brexit.

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An ECHR ruling earlier this year said that employers have a right (in some circumstances) to read employees' private email and social media messages at work.

The ICO offers this quick guide covering the rights and obligations of both employer and employees in the workplace. It sets out what employers need to do to meet their legal obligations.

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Much has been said about EU legislation in the lead up to tomorrow's vote. A lot has been said about employment. This blog article gives a good overview of how UK employment law is (and isn't) affected by the EU.
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