Rogers & Norton News

Success in the First Tier Tax Tribunal

Friday, January 29, 2016

Rogers and Norton successfully appealed a Decision not to restore rum and wine imported from Jamaica. The import documentation and declaration had been incorrectly completed by the shipper and broker, which described the rum as low alcohol beverage. However, on … Click to read more…

Guest at Rogers and Norton Charity Ball wins a diamond worth over £3000 for a tenner!!

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Following the Winter Wonderland Charity Ball held at Barnham Broom in November raising funds for Nelson’s Journey, the presentation of a diamond worth £3250 has taken place at Zelleys Jewellers in St Giles Street Norwich to the lucky winner, Mrs … Click to read more…

New Year’s Resolution – Make a Will

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

According to a recent article in Moneywise, most UK adults risk dying intestate. Almost nine out of ten people aged 20-29 have no Will in place according to research by the financial adviser comparison site unbiased.co.uk. and nearly two-thirds of … Click to read more…

Employment Law Bulletin January 2016

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Welcome  If you have embarked on a disciplinary or two after the festivities, you won’t be alone.   The perils of alcohol-fueled Christmas parties are well-documented, and their aftermath often leaves employees with more than just a red face and a tarnished reputation.   The point is that … Click to read more…

Financial Loss in Fatal Accident Claims

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

It is a sad occurrence when anyone is killed in an accident, but when that accident was avoidable and caused by someone’s actions or omissions, often a claim in damages can be pursued. This is an area of law which … Click to read more…

Not just any Break Clause…

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Supreme Court dismisses Marks & Spencer’ appeal for repayment of overpaid rent following termination of Lease by break notice. Prospective Tenants need to be wary of the way break clauses in leases are drafted following the case of Marks & … Click to read more…