The High Court has outlined what constitutes a business partnership in law following a dispute between a couple who ran a business together. The case involved Ms Burnett and Mr Barker. Barker had set up a business as a sole trader offering fire safety services at events. Burnett was working for a company that dealt
Our firm has a long history of providing advice in this niche area having been involved with the aviation industry for nearly 50 years.
Talk to one of our friendly and experienced team on 01582 514000
We are the only aviation law practice recognised in the Legal 500 as having a presence in Bedfordshire and only one of three aviation law practices acknowledged by the publication in the South East.
Our clients include airlines, institutional investors, training academies and private individuals who we assist with the finance, lease, charter, acquisition, disposal and dispute resolution of private and commercial aircraft, helicopters and engines and ground handling equipment, both in the UK and in cross-border transactions.
Our experienced team can advise and assist with the following:-
- Manufacturer contracts and private contracts for the sale and purchase of new and used aircraft and engines.
- Leasing transactions involving finance leases, operating leases, tax leases, wet leases and charter agreements.
- Secured and unsecured loan and lease financing, including pre-delivery payments financing and export credit-supported financing on standard form or bespoke aviation loans, mortgages and security agreements.
- Disputes and litigation arising from matters involving aircraft.
If you need any assistance with aviation matters, do feel free to contact please contact Mark Pelopida.
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