Public Article Category: Employment Law

Employers’ Liability Guide

Employers’ Liability Insurance   The majority of employers in the UK are required to purchase employers’ liability insurance to cover against liability for injury or disease to their employees arising from employment.   England, Scotland and Wales   Employers’ Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act 1969   Northern Ireland   Employer’s Liability (Defective Equipment and Compulsory Insurance)(Northern …

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Check when you must use the VAT reverse charge for building and construction services

In an attempt to reduce fraud in the construction industry, there have been radical changes implemented by HMRC that impose rules on the companies that are targeted by the new laws that are very different from how VAT has been collected and reported historically. The onus is now on the customer to pay the VAT …

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Understanding Construction Insurance

What is construction insurance? Construction insurance is a broad categorisation of insurance policies that provide protection during construction projects.  A variety of factors dictate the type of construction insurance coverage one would need for a given project or business.  These factors include the proposer’s relationship to the project, i.e., contractor, property owner, subcontractor, etc.  The …

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