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Property Fraud and Executors

United Kingdom - May 22 2017 As set out in the recent article in the Financial Times there has been a recent increase in identity thefts involving properties. In that article, Ms

Amending a claim form after expiry of the limitation period

United Kingdom - May 24 2017 It is fairly common to amend claim forms and other statements of the case when the need arises. This is often the case where instructions are

How non UK residents should buy or own residential property

United Kingdom - July 8 2015 How should non resident or non domiciled buyers of UK residential property own or hold residential property? Overseas buyers or owners of UK

“So you’ve divorced me in Italy! but I am keeping the house in London”

Italy, United Kingdom - May 23 2017 The law on divorce and what country has jurisdiction is well established within the EU. Put simply, whoever commences divorce proceedings first in an

How can a minority shareholder in a private company sell their shares for fair value?

United Kingdom - October 13 2015 Minority shareholders in small to medium sized companies (SMEs) need to take steps to ensure they have an exit route which enables them to sell their

Amending a claim form after expiry of the limitation period

United Kingdom - May 24 2017 It is fairly common to amend claim forms and other statements of the case when the need arises. This is often the case where instructions are

“So you’ve divorced me in Italy! but I am keeping the house in London”

Italy, United Kingdom - May 23 2017 The law on divorce and what country has jurisdiction is well established within the EU. Put simply, whoever commences divorce proceedings first in an

Property Fraud and Executors

United Kingdom - May 22 2017 As set out in the recent article in the Financial Times there has been a recent increase in identity thefts involving properties. In that article, Ms

Compensation for prosthetics: counting the cost

United Kingdom - May 15 2017 Modern technology and advances in medical sciences have helped develop a new generation of prostheses, for both upper and lower limb amputees. The

Refusing medical treatment

United Kingdom - May 9 2017 The Court of Protection recently considered the important issue of refusing serious medical treatment on behalf of a mentally incapacitated adult R