Our directors and underwriting team are often approached for their expertise and also asked to write articles for various publications. Here you can find a selection of these articles, covering all aspects of property and legal indemnity insurance.
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2012 Q1 Conveyancing Periodical - Misrepresentations, Let Sleeping Dogs Lie and Lying Vendors Sleep!?
When sellers are economical with the truth, buyers have little practical recourse to legal redress. Dr Julian Farrand asks whether the Law Society’s revised Standard Conditions of Sale might (or might not) re-balance the scales.
Paul Butt considers one of the problems of flat ownership – service charges. Getting repair and maintenance work done can be a problem – as can the size of the bill. How effective are the statutory protections given to flat owners?
In the light of impending changes to capital allowances legislation, David Elliott urges solicitors to provide their conveyancing clients with timely advice on the subject to ensure they benefit from valuable tax relief.
There is doubt; it seems, in the minds of many as to what constitutes a village green. A recent report on the BBC highlighted the story of a development plot in the Essex village of Heybridge, where an application for a village green is thwarting attempts to build much-needed affordable housing.
Romania has emerged as one of the leading destinations for investors looking to develop projects in the renewable energy sector. Reema Mannah takes a look at the development of the market, and discusses how solicitors can offer a full spectrum of risk management advice to their clients.