International Women's Day: Titlesolv (Jasmine Afreh)
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In celebration of International Women's Day (IWD) this week, we would like to share the inspirational stories of our female employees.
A valuable lesson
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Recent data from the Bank of England's Credit Conditions Review on Q4 of 2016 noted a return to "greater credit availability for borrowers with LTV ratios above 75%."
Hanging tough
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Concluded in late June, Theresa May's deal with the DUP for a 'confidence and supply' arrangement within the House of Commons has attempted to bring a degree of certainty to an otherwise uncertain climate. Following calls for the Prime Minister to resign after a very disappointing General Election result, it seems that Theresa May's position has been bolstered for the time being.
Be on your guard
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When buying land it is vital to ensure that the seller has exclusive possession of the land and also owns the paper title. It is only possible to convey and receive title to a parcel of land if this is the case. The recent decision in Heaney v Kirkby brings this into sharp focus and demonstrates the problems that can arise when someone claims ownership over a piece of land by adverse possession.
Opportunity knocks as banks clamp down
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The number of traditional lenders introducing stricter criteria for conveyancers wishing to join their legal panels is growing month by month. Metro Bank and Newcastle Building Society are just two of an increasing band of lenders to set more stringent requirements for any law firms wishing to join their conveyancing panels.
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