Updates – Page 10

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    Timely reminders


    Peter Rodd comments on risk in conveyancing transactions

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    Property Section e-newsletter April 2014


    30 April 2014

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    Court of Appeal holds law firm accountable for lender's loss


    Peter Reekie outlines the findings in the recent case around potential breach of negligence where a law firm is caught out by a fraudster

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    Risky business


    With the sobering news in January that 136 firms have folded, having failed to obtain professional indemnity insurance, Peter Rodd explains how firms could better manage risk to avoid becoming another statistic.

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    A run for your money


    Solicitors’ involvement in property fraud may be very small, but they remain an attractive target for fraudsters, with potentially dire consequences for both them and their firms. Grania Langdon-Down looks at what solicitors can do to protect themselves

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    New complaints practice note


    The Law Society has published a new practice note on complaints, which is essential reading for managing partners, practice managers and all those involved in dealing with unsatisfied clients. It covers topics such as clients’ rights, common grievances, establishing a complaints management procedure and the role of the Legal Ombudsman. ...

  • Alison Clair

    Money from home


    Alison Clair looks at property fraud, particularly where the property is retained, how mortgage lenders are combating it, and how solicitors and mortgage lenders can work together to stamp it out

  • Chris Harris

    Reality check


    The media and the Solicitors Regulation Authority website both told the same story in 2012: bogus law firms, created by criminals and often based on real firms to create legitimacy, are on the rise. So how can you avoid your firm becoming a victim? Chris Harris explains

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    Property in Practice September 2012


    This edition features lenders, tenants’ guarantees, the CQS, negligence in property practice, new builds, leasehold enfranchisement, rights of way, equity release and mortgage fraud  

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    Property in Practice March 2012


    This edition features the Conveyancing Quality Scheme, regulation, commercial lease renewals, planning and the Localism Act, change of use, AML, capital allowances, service charge disputes, enforcement and flood risk