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The Basics Of Contracts: How A Contract Is...

Posted in Civil Disputes on 18th Nov 2019
How is a contract formed? In this series, James Spargo Litigation Executive (BA Hons, GCILEx) will look at the very basics of contracts. The Specters team are always happy to provide advice on all types of contracts. There are three basic things needed for a contract to be formed: Offer and acceptance Consideration Intent to create legal relations Offer and acceptance Although this is a surprisingly complicated area and there has been a lot of debate among the Courts about when and where an offer is made, for the vast majority of contracts, this...

Conveyancing Fraud is on the Rise | Avoid...

Posted in Professional Negligence on 15th Aug 2019
In recent years more and more homebuyers and conveyancers have been targeted by criminals, leaving them at risk and in financial turmoil. As the majority of conveyancing transactions involve large amounts of money, the effects of conveyancing fraud are often devastating to the victims. According to, the number of scams targeting the home buying process as of 2016 was more than triple what it was in 2015, and that number is continuing to rise. How does a conveyancing scam work? For the most part, conveyancing fraud occurs by...

Compensation for Laser Hair Removal

Posted in Medical Negligence on 18th Jul 2019
Have you been wanting to improve your appearance and become hair free in time for summer and yet the treatment has left you with burns? Laser IPL, also referred to as laser hair-removal treatments, have become immensely popular in recent years, but unfortunately, this has led to a number of non-medically trained personnel taking advantage of the phenomenon which has led to laser hair removal burns. Those with minimal training have been performing laser IPL on patients, an incredibly concerning fact when we consider these individuals have inadequate...
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