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Half of homeowners do not have a Will, study reveals
Nearly half of homeowners in the UK do not have a valid Will, a major study has revealed.
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CMA investigating ‘serious issues’ in leasehold property sales
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has found ‘serious issues’ relating to unfair contract terms and potential mis-selling in the
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Avoiding the pitfalls of ‘do it yourself’ Wills
An increase in DIY Wills has resulted in a rise in inheritance disputes being heard at the High Court, which
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HMCTS issue apology over probate delays
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) hit its probate target in just 9 per cent of all cases in 2019, it
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Government announces new ‘First Homes’ scheme for first-time buyers
The Government has announced the launch of the ‘First Homes’ scheme for first-time buyers.
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Five reasons to review your will
Preparing a will is an important part of managing your estate as it clearly sets out your wishes regarding how
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What do I do if I want to set up a Lasting Power of Attorney?
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that allows you to appoint someone to make decisions for
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UK house prices rise at record rate
House prices in the UK have risen at the fastest rate on record over the festive period.
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Commercial property: Landmark ruling could have an impact on museum business rates
A landmark ruling over the business rates at the Exeter Royal Albert Memorial Museum could have a significant on the
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Has your employee booked the wrong May Day off work?
As long ago as June 2019 it was announced that the Mayday bank holiday will take place on Friday 8
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