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Pure Legal faces professional negligence...

Posted in Professional Negligence on 15th Jun 2022
Clients have been left out of pocket after the firm collapsed into administration late last year. Read more to understand what redress is available for individuals affected and why. What is ‘struck out’? If a claimant's case is struck out, they will no longer be able to pursue their cause of action and they will lose the opportunity to a remedy, such as compensation. They will be obliged to pay their opponent’s legal costs as well as their own. If a solicitor's mistake is the cause of the strike out, this will give rise to a claim for professional...

Medical Negligence Procedure and The Burden...

Posted in Medical Negligence on 5th Apr 2022
A medical negligence claim Bringing a medical negligence claim can be very daunting and seem like a complicated process. It is indeed a complex area of law that requires specialist assistance. However, it should not be a daunting proposition. We can help you every step of the way and take much of the burden for you. Timescales are very difficult to predict, even more so in Covid-pandemic times! Rather than looking at the claim and its various aspects as a whole, it may be worth just taking a look at some of the steps to be taken as individual parts...

Do you know what a pre-nuptial agreement...

Posted in Family & Divorce on 24th Mar 2022
What is a pre-nuptial agreement? A pre-nuptial agreement is a legal document between couples that sets out what will happen to their finances and assets in the event that they divorce. A pre-nuptial agreement allows parties to reach an agreement before marrying about how they wish to divide their assets should the relationship break down in the future. If you are about to marry, it is beneficial to consider having a pre-nuptial agreement drawn up to show what you intend to happen to your money and property upon separation. Although discussing entering...

Landlords and Repairs to My Property

Posted in Housing Disrepair on 21st Mar 2022
To what extent must my Landlord undertake repairs to a property? The extent to which your landlord must undertake repairs to your property will be stated either expressly in your tenancy agreement or implied by statutory law, which is the law laid down by legislation agreed by the house of commons and house of lords. If you are a tenant, you will most likely find that your tenancy agreement will most likely contain wording that will confirm the extent to which repairs must be made. Often a landlord may seek to incorporate terms less onerous and...
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