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Trusts go digital – new trusts registration service

David Whitworth Posted by David Whitworth, Partner and Head of Wills, Trusts & Probate

Trusts go digital – new trusts registration service

HMRC have launched a new online service for registering trusts, replacing the current paper form (41G). Trustees and their agents will be able to register and update their records online with the new Trusts Registration Service, which aims to tackle money laundering and tax avoidance but also improve user experience and efficiency.

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Mowbray Woodwards Sponsors the Bath Rugby Supporters' Club Awards Supper

We were delighted to be sponsors again at this year's Bath Rugby Supporters’ Club Awards Supper.

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Mowbray Woodwards Sponsors the Bath Rugby Supporters' Club Awards Supper

Mowbray Woodwards’ solicitor announced Trustee of dementia charity

Leading dementia research charity, BRACE has appointed Bath law firm Mowbray Woodwards’ very own Heledd Wyn to the board of Trustees.

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Mowbray Woodwards’ solicitor announced Trustee of dementia charity

Mowbray Woodwards Appoints New Litigation Associate

Mowbray Woodwards has strengthened its Dispute Resolution offering with the appointment of Edward Thompson.

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Mowbray Woodwards Appoints New Litigation Associate

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Case Studies

Criminal law for those who lack capacity

Posted by Matthew Graham, Partner & Head of Criminal Law & Mental Health

These are some examples of cases where a defendant has lacked capacity.

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What Right do the Police have to enter my Home?

Posted by Nicholas Wragg, Solicitor & Advocate, Criminal Law

Nicholas Wragg of Mowbray Woodwards recently successfully defended Mr P at Bath Magistrates Court where he faced trial for two assaults on police constables and one of obstructing a police constable.

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Public Order Act 1986 - Acquittal

Posted by Nicholas Wragg, Solicitor & Advocate, Criminal Law

Mr Nicholas Wragg recently represented Mr T at Bath Magistrates Court following an allegation of Abusive Behaviour under the Public Order Act 1986.

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