Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

Address

Northampton

29 Billing Road

Northampton

NN1 5DQ

01604 622101
Kettering

15 Station Road

Kettering

NN15 7HH

01604 622101

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CONTACT Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

Email: advice@bmtclaw.co.uk

Tel: 01604 622101

Website: www.bmtclaw.co.uk

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston offers legal advice and assistance in a broad range of areas, brought to clients by teams of solicitors and lawyers whose aim is to combine the friendly, personal service customers expect with a straightforward, practical and expert service.

About Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

The team at Borneo Martell Turner Coulston has a diverse team of lawyers who are of varying qualification and experience providing expert legal services for both individual clients and businesses, tailored to their specific needs.

Services

Through our offices in Northampton and Kettering, we offer advice and assistance in; property, employment, wills, trusts and probate, company and commercial, personal injury, disputes, motoring offences, family and divorce, trademarks and intellectual property, acquisitions and mergers, insolvency and powers of attorney.  In addition, our dispute resolution team has expertise in commercial disputes as well as being able to assist individuals.

The explicit aim is to provide a straight talking and jargon-free service that simplifies the legal complexities clients face with expert advice.

Articles

Asset or shares - a purchaser's perspective

1st December 2018

By Georgia Jones

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

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Where there's a will...

1st December 2018

By Clare de Banke

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

THIS year, Will Aid celebrates its 30th anniversary. For the partners and staff at Borneo Martell Turner Coulston, this is a celebration for them, too.

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Death of a shareholder

1st November 2018

CHANCES are you haven't decided to go into business with your business partner on a whim. Either you have a previous relationship or you value their experience and expertise.

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Battle of the forms

1st October 2018

By Georgia Jones

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

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Protecting your business from the effects of Brexit

1st September 2018

By Georgia Jones

Solicitor

Borneo Martell Turner Coulson

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The risk of informal property arrangements

1st August 2018

By Sharon Hundal

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

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Mediation - an unassailable requirement in litigation?

1st July 2018

By Haris Ahmed

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

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Joint liability for employers and their suppliers

1st June 2018

By Sharon Hundal

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

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Fun in a cloud of colour

1st June 2018

A TEAM from Borneo Martell Turner Coulston together with their children took part in the 5km Colour Run at Overstone Park in Northampton to raise money for Cynthia Spencer Hospice.

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Court lands a blow to DIY litigants

1st May 2018

By Haris Ahmed

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

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Looking bright for charity appeal

1st April 2018

PARTNERS Sue Owens and Clare de Banke from Borneo Martell Turner Coulston were delighted to support Marie Curie again this year by collecting for the charity in Northampton's Grosvenor Centre as part of this year's Great Daffodil Appeal.

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Weather related absence

1st April 2018

By Sharon Hundal

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

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Has your company been served with a statutory demand? What next?

1st March 2018

By Haris Ahmed

Solicitor

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

 

THE significance of a statutory demand (SD) is not to be underestimated and companies would be well advised to act promptly once they are served with a SD.

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Are you looking to diversify into commercial property?

1st December 2017

A NEW higher set of stamp duty land tax rates (surcharge rates) was applied to dwellings that qualify as additional residential properties (ARPs) from 1 April 2016.

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When can terms be inferred into contracts?

1st November 2017

By Jatinder Kandola
Borneo Martell Turner Coulston
IN Jones v Oven 2017 EWHC 1647(ch) a court construes a property sale and purchase agreement to mean what the parties intended to say rather than what it actually said.

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Preparing to take a break

1st October 2017

By Jatinder Kandola

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

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Changes to protect the vulnerable

1st September 2017

By Isobel Mann
Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

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Living in harmony

1st August 2017

WE are often contacted by people who are entering into new living arrangements as a cohabitee either with or without children, whether in a civil partnership, marriage, or just living together.

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Where do I get care for my relative and who pays for it?

1st July 2017

WITNESSING the deterioration of a loved one's health can be heartbreaking. If a member of your family is admitted to hospital as a result of poor health, it may also be that they require long-term care following their discharge.

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Where there's a will...

1st June 2017

WE often receive telephone calls from disgruntled beneficiaries who wish to challenge a will.

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A landmark case or not?

1st May 2017

ON 15 March 2017 the Supreme Court handed down its decision in the case of Ilott v Mitson & Others relating to the Inheritance (Provision for Family & Dependants) Act 1975 which is the legislation that allows a court to make reasonable pro

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Stealth tax

1st April 2017

By Isobel Mann
Solicitor
Borneo Martell Turner Coulston
THE Government have confirmed their plans to introduce a massive increase in probate fees which will be applicable from May 2017.

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Blooming good effort

1st April 2017

MEMBERS of Borneo Martell Turner Coulston's Private Client Team were delighted to support Marie Curie in March by collecting for them as part of this year's Great Daffodil Appeal.

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When is a million pounds not a million pounds?

1st March 2017

IN the midst of the hysteria surrounding the US elections at the end of last year, guidance from HMRC was quietly issued for the new Residence Nil Rate Band (RNRB) and the upcoming inheritance tax changes.

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Understanding your liabilities when taking up a new lease

1st March 2016

MY last article in this series takes a look at deposits and guarantees. If you are taking-up a new lease, the landlord’s agents will be asking you to provide financial and other references to check your financial strength.

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Are you getting ready to renew?

1st February 2016

DOES your business plan provide for new premises this year? If so, do catch up with my last four articles in which I have covered rent, repairs, rent reviews and service charges.

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Service charges are a necessary part of a tenancy

1st January 2016

WHETHER it’s a business tenancy of a ground floor lock-up shop, the whole or part of one floor of a multi-let building or industrial premises on a purpose-built business park, you can expect to have to pay a service charge in addition to your rent

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A Valentines gift with a difference

4th February 2015

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston has joined forces with Macmillan Cancer Support to exclusively offer a free will-writing service from the 9th – 20th February 2015 to the people of Northamptons

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