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The Acts, as the name suggests, give rights to third parties against insurers, where the insured has been subject to an insolvency event, such as liquidation or bankruptcy. They, in effect, create a bridge between the third party and the insurer, ov…

The Act represents one of the most significant pieces of legislation in recent years. Since the invention of insurance, insurers have relied upon breaches of warranties and condition precedents to avoid an entire insurance policy and making payment …

Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 was brought into effect during Mrs Thatcher’s government. It’s effect was to give power to landlords in giving them a mandatory ground for possession, by just giving two months notice.

At McHale and Co we appreciate that that the perception of ‘rich’ landlord and that of ‘poor’ tenant is one that is very much so outdated and we understand that for many private landlords their priority is to ensure that their investment property is …

BBC’s Panorama programme last night and a report by Channel 4 news on Sunday (in which one of my clients was featured) has put the misselling of interest rate hedging products back in the spotlight,

One of our clients has recently had a “review update” from Barclays and I think it is worth sharing some of my thoughts on it. Firstly I am very encouraged by it. They are certainly on the right tracks and I believe that with the appropriate help a…

Another update about Interest Rate Swap Claims

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