Traditionally, NHS dental practices with a standard GDS contract are sold via the partnership route. Put simply, an application is made to the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to register the buyer and seller as a partnership, notice is served to NHS England in order to add the buyer to the contract, and both of these changes will take effect on completion. A few months after completion, the process ...

The decision to purchase your first dental practice is always a tough one. There are a whole host of questions that will be circulating in your head, with the ultimate question bei ...

Dental Employment Solicitor, Ben Williams, discusses what dental professionals should consider with regard to potential issues arising from a disciplinary procedure. Employers sho ...

From 1 April 2019, new annual CQC registration fees took effect. The tables below outline the fees and the increase in price:         & ...

There are various reasons as to why you might want to exit from your lease, but what options do you have if you want to do so before the end of the lease term? In order to assess y ...

As if running a dental practice isn’t difficult enough! Goodman Grant’s resident agony aunt, Hewi Ma, tackles some of the recent issues her clients have faced… The price for ...

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