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Back to Basics - Blue v Ashley 2017 EWHC 1298 (Comm) - when is a contract legally binding?

United Kingdom - September 5 2017 Two men walk into a pub. Surprisingly, this is not the start of a bad joke, but the actual events that a recent case which re-affirmed the basics of

Non Refundable Deposits for Property Purchases

United Kingdom - September 11 2017 Sometimes, sellers or their estate agents require payment of a non refundable deposit or reservation fee before they will accept your offer to buy a

Is there a duty on a solicitor to probe?

United Kingdom - September 11 2017 In a recent Court of Appeal case, Graham Thomas v Hugh James Ford Simey Solicitors the court examined the duty of a claimant’s solicitor to carry out

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

Assessing witness evidence

United Kingdom - September 8 2017 As claimant lawyers, the initial evidence that we have in support of a case tends to come from our own clients and their family and friends. These are

How do I complain about a Deputy or Attorney?

United Kingdom - September 18 2017 The first port of call must be to approach the deputyattorney directly to air your concerns. This is normally best done in writing or by email. That

Rules Change to Clarify the Position on Evicting Tenants Without a Right to Right

United Kingdom - September 14 2017 My colleague, Robin Stewart, has previously written about the substantially extended eviction powers to be found under the upgraded Right to Rent

Well that was short-lived - the discount rate set to change again

United Kingdom - September 13 2017 It is well known throughout personal injury litigation that the then Lord Chancellor caused considerable consternation within the insurance industry

Non Refundable Deposits for Property Purchases

United Kingdom - September 11 2017 Sometimes, sellers or their estate agents require payment of a non refundable deposit or reservation fee before they will accept your offer to buy a

My child has been seriously injured. How can a Property and Affairs Deputy help?

United Kingdom - September 11 2017 We are frequently appointed to act as Property and Affairs Deputies for children who have sustained serious injuries or mismanagement at birth. Our