In debt collection cases in the High Court evidence of the debt is adduced by affidavit-that is, a sworn statement by the creditor who claims… Read More »The Right to Cross Examine in Debt Cases is Not Absolute
It is a condition of the standard Law Society condition that vacant possession of the property in sale will be handed over on closing. General… Read More »Vacant Possession in Property Transactions-What Does it Mean?
The Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2019 has made some significant changes in respect of residential lettings/tenancies. Let’s take a look at them: Termination of tenancy-notice… Read More »The Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2019-Key Changes
Did you know that an individual can execute (sign) a deed with his signature alone but a company needs a seal to make a deed?… Read More »Attorneys of Companies Can Sign Deeds as Individuals
If you are considering bringing legal proceedings for professional negligence the Court of Appeal has recently confirmed you will need an expert report or opinion.… Read More »No Expert Opinion? Your Claim for Professional Negligence is Bound to Fail