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Real Estate Law

Why Should I Bother Extending The Lease On My Flat?

07th December 2011
Thousands of leaseholders of flats extend their leases each year but why do they bother? Maybe you have been contacted by your freeholder with an offer price to extend your lease. Maybe you have heard that your neighbours are doing it. Now you are wonderi...
Author: Leasehold Advice
Personal Injury

Assessing Legal Liability for Motorcycle Accident

06th May 2011
While a car provides the driver additional safety with features like seatbelts, airbags, and so on, the motorcycle rider essentially does not have any such protection. If anotherís negligence was the cause of an accident and the resultant injuries, the vi...
Author: browncynk
Estate Planning

Information on Aberdeen

08th December 2010
Aberdeen Adaptations for people with disabilities: A grant at a minimum of 80% of eligible costs may be available to adapt an existing personal house to meet the needs of a resident who is handicapped. A grant of 100% may be accessible qualified upon ...
Author: Joe
Estate Planning

3 Things to Consider In Choosing an Estate Planner or Why You Should Have one at all

18th July 2010
Estate planning or inheritance planning is a speciaialized art, one that comes with practise and experience. To go back one step though, you might ask yourself why the need for an estate planner - in an act of modesty I have witnessed so often that I h...
Author: Maximum Inheritance
No Win No Fee

Public liability: Risk Assessment

27th March 2009
Tradesmen are being urged to take on the best possible steps to ensure that their working environment is safe and secure for themselves and their customers.As part of its 2009 Simply Safety campaign, Norwich Union is urging tradesmen to use safer ways of ...
Author: Arti