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Have you checked your business interruption...

Posted in Dispute Resolution on 24th Feb 2021
As many people will already know, the Supreme Court recently ruled in favour of small businesses whose insurers have refused to pay claims for business interruption losses as a result of the lockdowns from the past year. This means that hundreds of thousands of business owners across the country are now entitled to claim compensation, which could be a commercial lifeline at a time of severe economic strain. But, many will not come forward as they may not understand their insurance policy wording correctly or they may have already had their claim...

Has your solicitor or conveyancer failed...

Posted in Dispute Resolution on 28th Dec 2020
If you own a leasehold property or have done so in the past, it is likely you will be aware of the term ‘ground rent’. Ground rent is a charge from the freeholder and paid by the leaseholder for the duration of the lease. Ground rent terms can be escalating or fixed and therefore it is important to make sure you are familiar with the terms of your ground rent before you exchange contracts of sale. As well as potentially costing you a lot of money some ground rent clauses can be onerous which may cause problems in the future when attempting to sell...

Covid-19 and business interruption clauses:...

Posted in Dispute Resolution on 2nd Oct 2020
The eagerly anticipated judgment of The Financial Conduct Authority v Arch and Others was handed down by the High Court on 15 September 2020 bringing some helpful clarification to the meaning of Covid-19 in respect business insurance policies. Background to The Financial Conduct Authority v Arch and Others Following the outbreak of Covid-19, many UK business faced serious working limitations or mandatory closure in light of the government lockdown rules. On 5 March 2020, Covid-19 was confirmed to be a notifiable disease in England and Wales by...
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