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A Very Bold Fraudster

In a recent appeal arising out of a property fraud a long time ago, the Upper Tribunal determined that the fraudster was not able to claim adverse possession of the property to defeat the true owner’s claim to have it back, even if he had been in possession for more than 12 years prior to 2003.


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Lending decisions - impact on professional negligence claims

In this article, Stephanie Tozer explores the judge’s criticisms of a lending decision in the recent case of Governors and Company of the Bank of Ireland v Watts Group plc [2017] EWHC 1667, and the effect of the decision.


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Whose agent are you anyway?

Tricia Hemans and Roisin McGlinn (an associate solicitor at TLT LLP) consider common arguments raised by borrowers against LPA Receivers


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Civil Procedure Update, July 2017

Phil Sissons considers the following topical issues: The Business and Property Courts; No relief from Mitchell; A new protocol for debt claims; and Costs on the small claims track


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Estoppel and Residential Leases

A recent spate of decisions in the Upper Tribunal have applied the doctrine of estoppel by convention in the context of service charge disputes.


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