Financial loss from cyber activity rises almost six fold
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Fraud Cyber crime
Planning permission extension is good news all round, not least for developers and housebuilders
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Listed building consent and planning permissions
CASE STUDY: A race to possession when a borrower defaults on their financial obligations
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If the property is leasehold and the borrower ceases to make payments on their mortgage, not only is the lender affected, but the freeholder (or landlord) is too. This can mean a lender risks losing their security if they don't act quickly enough.
When is an urn an urn and could it really become a listed building?
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Listed Building Liabilities
Our Perfect Title policy protects lenders at times like this
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We have been asked a numerous times this week whether the lender or the solicitors (on either side of the transaction) must to see their clients face to face. If you are a lender or solicitor acting in a transaction and taking advantage of our Perfect Title policy there is no requirement for face to face meetings in this time of recommended isolation.
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