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  • A Nation of Renters Britain is fast becoming a nation of renters. Recent changes to the rental market have been dominating the news and creating new implications for tenants and...

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  • What should I do if a neighbour blocks my right of way? The first step is to check the title documents for your property to see if you have a...

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  • Physical boundaries are not always legal boundaries Often with property transactions purchasers assume the boundaries shown on plans attached to the Deeds or Registered Title show the actual boundaries that...

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  • Is a judgment worth getting?

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    When someone owes you money and your only option left is to issue court proceedings Catherine Green, Litigation Partner, explains what you should consider first; Before starting court proceedings it...

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  • Catherine Green, Litigation Partner explains what you should consider when taking action against defamation. Word of mouth is a powerful marketing tool but when someone starts spreading damaging untruths that...

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  • There has been an increase in recent years of claims under the Inheritance Act 1975. The recent well reported case of Ilott v Mitson is a good illustration of the type of claim that can be made under the Act. If you are involved in a dispute over a will or have suspicions over how a will was prepared it is important to contact a contentious probate expert.

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