This year’s National Property Law Conference, building on your feedback from last year, we’ve produced a programme around the most pressing issues affecting residential and commercial property practitioners. Book by 6 September for our early bird rate!
Our Spotlights and Commentary are concise, expert-authored updates giving you the information and guidance you need to address the practical impact of recent case law, legislation and practice developments.
Peter Reekie comments on Sparks v Biden  EWHC 1994 (Ch), in which the High Court intervened to settle a dispute between a land seller and buyer.
Peter Reekie comments on the beneficial interest discussion in Insol Funding Company Ltd v Cowlam  EWHC 1822 (Ch).
Peter Reekie comments on what began as a neighbour dispute over a gas meter - Dickinson v Casillas  EWCA Civ 1254.
Peter Farrington, vice president of the Association of British Investigators, explains how private investigators can be a valuable asset for a solicitor dealing with possession proceedings, and gives some tips on building an effective working relationship.
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The SRA has warned that conveyancing fraud ‘can see people lose their life savings’. It has warned that firms should make sure their clients are aware of the risks.
The ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ is now one of the top 10 mortgage lenders. So how should you advise clients receiving funds from family, and when should you advise them to consult a family lawyer? Jo Edwards , Jamie Gaw and Anna Jassani explain.
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Government could face financial backlash if proposed principle is too binding in practice.
Can the referring party withdraw a dispute from adjudication and subsequently refer the same dispute to a second adjudication?
Partridge has reduced the confusion surrounding rules in relation to obtaining wits, but these are small steps.