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ET to Launch Legal Battle with Council

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ET Law Limited to Launch Legal Battle with Trafford Council The Managing Partners of ET Law Limited, are set to defend Trafford Councils attempts to remove new signage from their building onDorset Street, Stretford. Established by the late Don Thomas some 60 years ago, the Practice is well known in the Stretford area…

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First time buyers – some more good news

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The availability of mortgage finance for first time lenders is the best it has been in years, contributing to a 5% rise in house sales last year. The Council of Mortgage Lenders report that new mortgage loans made to first-time buyers rose by 8% in November, and a Bank of…

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Housing market ‘firming’…

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says Business Editor in the Sun today... Britains biggest mortgage lender claims the housing market is 'firming,' 5 years after the crisis blew up. Yesterday, Halifax said the average house price rose 1.3 % in December to £163,845. And the average for the past three months has topped the prior…

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Marriages on the Decrease…

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According to a recent article published in the Telegraph, unmarried women who give up successful careers to bring up their children are risking a midlife financial crisis if their relationship comes to an end. A growing number of women who gave up work to become “full-time mothers” are approaching middle…

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Landlord forces eviction through Court..

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A hoarder who has filled his flat with thousands of newspapers, magazines and books is facing eviction because he is a ‘fire hazard.’ Former salesman, Brian Clenshaw is facing eviction by his landlord in Kent because the clutter he is hoarding presents a ‘fire-hazard.’ Brian believes he suffers from a…

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ET now on e-DRS

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The new electronic Document Registration Service (e-DRS) is a faster and more cost-effective way for submitting and receiving applications. The new e-DRS will make the application process easier, reducing the average end to end processing times and will create and audit trail, helping to prevent fraud. Applications made electronically can…

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ET Receive CQS Accreditation

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ET Law Limited receive CQS Accreditation under the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme... The Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) provides a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices. Membership achievement establishes a level of credibility for member firms with stakeholders (regulators, lenders, insurers and consumers) based upon: the integrity of the…

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Rights of Way and Proprietary Estoppel…

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In Joyce v Epsom & Ewell BC [2012] EWCA Civ 1398, the Couty of Appeal dealt with a claim for an easement by way of proprietary estoppel. Mr Joyce’s predecessor in title, a Mr Holborn, lived next door to two properties which Sainsburys included in a planning application to build to…

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Should cyclists be treated differently?

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With the recent, much publicised accident involving Bradley Wiggins, there has been great debate in the media surrounding the number of cyclists injured on our roads, and what can be done to reduce the number of casualities. When a cyclist is injured, are they confident that the criminal justice system…

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Right to Buy

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Nearly 1,500 social homes have been sold under the Government's relaunched Right to Buy scheme since the beginning of April this year, according to figures released on 15 November 2012 by the Department for Communities and Local Government. Discounts of up to 60% for a house and 70% for a…

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