Flying and Creeping Freeholds

This article is about flying freeholds.  And no, we are not suffering from hallucinations in our office and seeing properties float past our windows.  Flying freeholds are a genuine legal term and can cause property owners considerable...

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Drawing A Line Under Boundary Disputes

Earlier this year, The Times reported that an 81-year-old man who attacked his 57-year-old next-door neighbour with a rounders bat was spared going to prison after Judge Jonathan Fuller described their long-running boundary dispute as “handbags...

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What Does An Executor Of A Will Do?

If you have been asked to be an executor of a Will, you are being asked to take on a great responsibility.  Depending on the complexities of the Will, the role of executor can take up a considerable amount of time.  However, it is an honour to be...

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