February 2015 | Walker Foster SolicitorsFebruary 2015 | Walker Foster Solicitors

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The High Court has penalised a successful defendant for failing to mediate by awarding it only two-thirds of its costs even though it won. The defendant did agree to a round table meeting or mediation but then changed its mind…

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In a recent Court of Appeal case the Court had to decide whether a party was bound by a contract when he had not signed the contract document. The Court decided that the mode of acceptance is for the benefit…

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Blissfully loved-up couples planning on tying the knot this year should change their will to reflect their new circumstances. Many people are not aware that getting married automatically invalidates your will. That means if you don’t update it, you might…

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