Your Rights When A Business Is Being Sold

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Employees have rights when businesses are bought and sold and breach of those rights can prove expensive for the old employer or new employer.

There is often more than one employee involved and if they are unrepresented by a union it is important to obtain advice about legal rights in these situations.

We can also help you to obtain your entitlements if your employer ‘goes bust’.

For prompt advice about where you stand after the business, you work for has been sold, please contact us for an appointment:

  - Telephone - 01642 475 252

  - Email - Enquiry Form

  - Instant message - click the message/envelope icon in the bottom right-hand corner of this screen


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Askews Solicitors have a long and successful tradition of helping clients to navigate the legal minefield of property transactions. From residential property conveyancing to commercial property conveyancing. Whether you are a first-time-buyer or moving to pastures new, Askews have the experience to help you every step of the conveyancing-way.