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Contractors All Risks Insurance - Changes Introduced By The Updated JCT 2016
This is a welcome change and one which seeks to address one of the more difficult issues arising in relation to refurbishment works contracts, particularly in multi-let buildings.
UK
14 Dec 2016
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JCT Design And Build 2016 Contract
JCT has published the new edition of 2016 Design and Build Contract in conjunction with the Design and Build Sub-Contract for use with it.
UK
13 Dec 2016
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Reforming Insurance Law
Insurance law is an area which has remained unchanged for over 100 years. The Insurance Act 2015 will have a significant impact on non-consumer insurance contracts post 12 August 2016.
UK
27 Oct 2016
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Banks Boosted By Landmark Ruling On Surveyor Negligence
David Golten comments in The Times on the Court of Appeal's landmark decision, ruling that lenders will be able to recover significantly larger amounts when suing over negligent property valuations.
UK
12 Jul 2016
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Flooding - Who Is Responsible For The Damage?
This winter saw yet more flooding, devastating businesses and homes in the north of England and Scotland.
UK
7 Jul 2016
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Secondary Annuity Market – Pipedream Or Reality?
Stuck with an annuity or deferred annuity? Don't worry, help is close at hand. From April 2017, you can sell your right to income for a capital amount!
UK
1 Jun 2016
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Flooding – Who Is Responsible For The Damage?
This winter has seen yet more flooding, devastating businesses and homes in the north of England and Scotland.
UK
4 Feb 2016
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Employer's Insurance Policy Pays Off - 12 Month Enforceable Covenant
Many employers will have experienced the situation whereby a senior employee leaves the company and shortly afterwards begins to solicit key clients in breach of his/her restrictive covenants.
UK
11 Jun 2013
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Fire Damage And Insurance
The claimant (UMA) had engaged the defendant (GM) to carry out works at its plant which included welding. A fire occurred as a result of these hot works.
UK
6 Aug 2012
10
Shareholders’ Agreement Varied By High Court Judge In Divorce Case
With legal costs of £2.4 million at the time of trial, Mr and Mrs F each wanted to vary the terms of a shareholders’ agreement which effectively made it impossible for their company to continue in its restricted form, following divorce.
UK
 
26 Apr 2012
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Widow's Successful Will Challenge
Unlike some of our European neighbours, in England and Wales we are free to leave our estates to whoever we wish after our death, with no obligation to provide for our family and dependants.
UK
20 Apr 2012
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Marley v Rawlings: A further Case On The Proper Execution Of Wills
We recently wrote about the case of Martin Lavin whose hand was apparently 'guided' into signing his Will by his sister, Anne.
UK
 
21 Feb 2012
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Death-Bed Will Not Valid - The Proper Execution Of A Will Is A Necessity
A Court of Appeal judgment in a family dispute over a death-bed Will which has run for 8 years was handed down on Monday, together with a call from Lord Justice Lewison for Parliament to end the uncertainty over "guided-hand" signatures.
UK
8 Feb 2012
14
Changes To The Intestacy Rules
The Intestacy Rules set out a fixed order of inheritance for family members where a deceased person dies without making a Will.
UK
26 Jan 2012
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Wright V Gater Highlights The Pitfalls Of Not Making A Will
Wedlake Bell has recently successfully acted for the claimant in a reported case in the High Court for the rectification of a Will (Austin v Woodward and another [2011] EWHC 2458 (Ch)).
UK
16 Jan 2012
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Divorced Parents' Legal Rights
The Government is likely to announce at the end of January 2012, plans to give divorced parents a legal right to see their children.
UK
16 Jan 2012
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Why Make A Lasting Power Of Attorney?
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a document by which you grant someone (your Attorney) the power to make decisions on your behalf at a time when you may no longer be able to do so yourself, whether through illness, injury or any other condition which might affect your capacity.
UK
13 Jan 2012
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Why Make A Will?
A will is a legal document in which a person declares their intention as to what should happen to their assets after their death.
UK
13 Jan 2012
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Rectification Of A Will Based On A Clerical Error
Wedlake Bell has recently successfully acted for the claimant in a reported case in the High Court for the rectification of a Will (Austin v Woodward and another [2011] EWHC 2458 (Ch)).
UK
9 Nov 2011
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Disputes Over Wills And Inheritance Rise As Families Break Up
High Court disputes over wills and inheritance have risen three-fold due to the break-up of the nuclear family, longer life spans and larger estates.
UK
 
11 Feb 2009
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