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We were instructed by a local Altrincham taxi firm in relation to a contractual dispute with their supplier of the radio equipment, computers and systems which assisted them in their work.

Categories: Civil Litigation

RBS announced on 15 January 2015 that it had reviewed a sample of its sale of Enterprise Finance Guarantee (‘EFG’) loans to small businesses.

Categories: Civil Litigation

Misselling is a relatively new term. It prominently derives from the banks selling products such as interest rate swaps, PPI and investments in the last ten years or so.

Richard Roberts Chair of the Law Society Wills and Equity committee has said that the recent judgment of the Supreme Court in the case of Rawlings, could lead to more practices bringing cases to Court over clerical errors.

The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that a mix-up in mirror wills should not be allowed to disinherit a couple’s intended heir.

ITV news ran with a story last night about the owner of a property company who feels like the bank were using “underhand tactics” and deliberate delays.

Categories: Interest Rate Swaps

When the Court of Appeal give a clear indication that they feel that their hands have been tied by an incorrect judgment and give a clear indication that the injustice should be remedied at the Supreme Court-that’s when!

Categories: Mis Sold PPI