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Ilott v blue cross and Others (previously known as ilott v Mitson): the conclusion

United Kingdom - March 15 2017 The case we all know as Ilott v Mitson is like a long running soap opera. Since 2007, the parties have been battling up and down the Courts over the

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

Can I leave my adult children out of my Will?

United Kingdom - March 15 2017 The chances of doing so are now much better than they were following the final decision in the case of Ilott v Blue Cross and others which has just

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

How to 'De-Envelope' Or transfer UK Residential Property Out of a Company into Individual Names

United Kingdom - April 25 2016 Many owners of UK residential property presently 'enveloped' or held in a company, either offshore or onshore, are taking steps to 'de-envelope' or

The consequences of using a mobile phone whilst driving

United Kingdom - March 22 2017 The use of mobile phones whilst driving is a major cause of road accidents. We all know we shouldn’t do it but according to the RAC 31 of us admit

The Housing and Planning Act Starts to Bite

United Kingdom - March 21 2017 On 6 April provisions of the Housing and Planning Act that directly affect landlords will start to come into force under a recent commencement order

Can I leave my adult children out of my Will?

United Kingdom - March 15 2017 The chances of doing so are now much better than they were following the final decision in the case of Ilott v Blue Cross and others which has just

Ilott v blue cross and Others (previously known as ilott v Mitson): the conclusion

United Kingdom - March 15 2017 The case we all know as Ilott v Mitson is like a long running soap opera. Since 2007, the parties have been battling up and down the Courts over the

An expert’s conflict revisited

United Kingdom - March 8 2017 In June 2015, I wrote an article on a case about the importance of an expert’s conflict of interest, in which the Court had to consider both the