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Going going gone. When is a contract formed at auction?

United Kingdom - December 12 2018 Banksy's newly-titled "Love is in the Bin" was unveiled on 12 October 2018 at Sotheby's in London. Originally titled "Girl with Balloon," the canvas...


Sign on the dotted line Does a will need a witness’ signature to be valid?

United Kingdom - June 18 2018 No will shall be valid unless the testator’s signature is made or acknowledged by the testator in the presence of two or more witnesses present at the...


Speak now or forever hold your peace: A daughter’s failed attempt to prevent her father’s remarriage and protect her inheritance

United Kingdom - February 7 2018 In the case of EJ (as attorney for DMM) and SD, the Court of Protection was asked to decide on the relevant test for establishing a person’s capacity...


Posthumous marriages and the importance of making a will

United Kingdom - August 25 2017 The recent posthumous marriage between Xavier Jugelé and Etienne Cardiles has caught the attention of many. Jugelé was killed in a terror attack in...

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Directors of a solvent company are under no duty to prioritise the interests of potential creditors when entering transactions, even where there is a recognised risk of insolvency

United Kingdom - February 14 2017 Norton Aluminium Limited ("the Company") went into administration in August 2012 when it received a draft judgment in favour of local residents in a...