Imagine it. You’re come home from work or a nice day out and there on the mat is a brown envelope. It could be from the taxman or some bill but it’s from the police instead; it might be from your local force or it could be from another one which sounds vaguely familiar from a trip somewhere recently.
There are two land systems In England and Wales – registered land and unregistered land. If a piece of land and ownership of it is recorded on the Land Register it’s registered land. When a property gets registered, the title is “guaranteed” by the Land Registry. The Register is open to the public and can be accessed by anyone.
Driving and using a mobile phone is a topic that keeps on cropping up. It really is an issue that taxes motorists and causes them much anxiety, especially as the police seem to be increasing their vigilance now that the penalties have been increased in the light of recent notorious cases where road users have tragically died. Read More
A law firm investor has recently predicted that only a dozen firms nationwide will soon specialise in personal injury. The reason; proposed further Government reforms of the personal injury sector. 4 to 5 years ago we saw many claims management companies disappear from the market and now it is predicted that there will be a major reduction in the number of solicitors specialising in personal injury.
A repossessed property is a home that’s been seized by the lender because the owner failed to pay the mortgage. The property is then sold to recoup the lender’s money. The lender usually wants to sell quickly which means you could get a bargain.