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Oct 2010

Lessees and Enfranchisement

Recent Case law adds new interpretation of the meaning of “part of building”.

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Aug 2010

Right to die ruling

Debbie Purdy, who has Multiple Sclerosis, has won her case in the House of Lords to have the law clarified on assisted suicide. This is in relation to circumstances where a friend or family would be prosecuted in assisting someone to die.

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Jun 2010

Unmarried Couples and Property

The case of Kernott v Jones was heard by the Court of Appeal on 3 March 2010 and Judgment has just been handed down. The decision should sound warning bells for both unmarried couples and solicitors who act for them on the purchase of property.

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Sep 2009

Inheritance disputes

Recent years have seen a marked increase in clients wishing to overturn the Will of a recently deceased relative or friend, often on the basis that the person who made the Will (the “Testator”) was subject to some malign influence from a third party so that they acted against their true will.

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Apr 2009

Protect your life policies from inheritance tax

Collated data indicates that in the year 2003/4 almost 11,000 policies worth a total £597m were liable to Inheritance Tax, which may have risen to as much as £960m during the current tax year.

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