Department: Disputes (personal)
Why is it necessary to provide ID and proof of funds when instructing a solicitor?
Providing ID and proof of funds is a requirement of The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017.Disputes (personal)
On what grounds can a will be challenged?
A will can be challenged on a number of groundsConveyancing and Property
What happens when one tenant in common dies?
If you jointly own your property as tenants in common, when you die your share of the property will pass to your estate.Disputes (personal)
How do I evict a residential tenant?
Two pieces of legislation in particular that cover evictions of residential tenants these are section 8 and section 21 of the Housing Act 1988Disputes (personal)
My mother has died and left me nothing in her will. Is there anything I can do?
The law does permit claims by children, whether under or over the age of 18, against the estate of the deceased.Disputes (business)
Does the law of defamation cover things published on the internet?
Defamation is where somebody makes a false claim about you that is damaging to your reputation. For defamation to occur, a false statement musDisputes (personal)
How should I deal with a dispute with my neighbour about the boundary between our properties?
When dealing with a neighbour boundary dispute, you should first review your title document or lease to see whether this establishes who ownsDisputes (personal)
Tenants have caused damage to my property at the end of their tenancy. Can I bill them for the repairs?
If your tenant causes damage to your property (over and above normal wear and tear), they should report it to you immediately so that you can