Cohabitation law: Know where you stand

Posted by admin on October 11th, 2016

The law on cohabitation in the UK can be hard to understand and figure. Today’s we’ve put together a blog for you to understand the laws surround cohabitating when it comes to your possessions, children and property. It’s important for […]

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What the budget means to first time buyers and property news

Posted by admin on April 20th, 2016

The budget 2016 was a hurrah for some and a moan for others. For prospective first time buyers, it definitely seems to be in the happier category. This year’s budget revealed a new opportunity and help scheme to get you […]

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Q: how does the Help To Buy London and ISA work. We explain all here:

Posted by admin on April 20th, 2016

London. The most expensive place in the UK to buy a property. There is no doubt that because of that, it needs its own designated blog. For people buying in London, there is plenty of help out there. Let’s take […]

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FREE Buy to Let Event in Leicester

Posted by Asma on January 28th, 2014

Come and join leading experts on Saturday 1st March for an informal session on property related matters be that for investment or buy to lets. This is an open invitation for all landlords, developers and private individuals and business owners. We […]

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Financial Assets and Divorce

Posted by Smitta on January 16th, 2014

Financial considerations of assets and why it is important to obtain legal advice Many people going through a divorce try to settle matters between themselves but often do not realise that certain assets are more complex and need to be […]

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Islamic Finance Agreements

Posted by DWS on November 15th, 2013

The rise of Islamic finance agreements raise important issues in the field of Litigation. Our Litigation Solicitors in Leicester comment: Many high street banks are starting to invoke “waiver of Shariah Defence clauses” in order to prevent borrowers claiming that […]

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Bank of England Chief Makes Low Interest Rate Pledge

Posted by Asma on October 31st, 2013

Economy in Recovery Mark Carney, the Bank of England governor has made a promise to try to keep interest rates lower for longer, ahead of the release of UK GDP growth data for the third quarter, which has shown a […]

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