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Dealing with the death of a relative is stressful enough, without the added stress of a long drawn out winding-up of an estate. Well, a new protocol just agreed will reduce that stress level somewhat, and speed things up. According to partner Victoria Boyer, “The major Banks, the Law Society...
Lying to the east of Exeter beyond Whimple lie green fields upon
which a gigantic construction project is altering the
This is “Cranbrook”.
As I visited the Cranbrook site last Sunday and its visitor centres I was overwhelmed by the sheer size and ambition of this project...
Should the law just be about solving problems and dealing with
the bad things in life, or should it also be a means to a positive
When I first joined a law firm after gaining my professional qualifications, the firm, in Birmingham, specialised in litigation but also had...
Do I need a survey?
Your home is probably the most expensive and important purchase you will every make and so it is important to ensure that the building is sound. The price of a survey could save a huge amount of expense and will also give you peace of...
When a plan is attached to a conveyance, it is often marked ‘for
identification purposes only’ in order to ensure that the plan is
not considered to be the definitive record of the property being
Recently, a dispute reached court after the boundary of a property that had...
A loved one has died, but left you nothing. Can you do something about it? Maybe. The will might be open to challenge on one or both of the following grounds: