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Laura McDowall accredited as specialist in Incapacity and Mental Disability Law

23/05/2017

Blackadders are delighted to announce that Laura McDowall has been accredited as a specialist in Incapacity and Mental Disability Law by the Law Society of Scotland.

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‘Ilot’ to think about: Legal rights and the ability to disinherit

27/04/2017

The majority of people tend to assume that, through their Will, they have complete control over who will inherit their estate. Accordingly, they are often surprised to find out that they actually live in a country that has laws of “forced heirship”, where a person’s children or spouse claims cannot be fully disinherited. Scotland is markedly different from England in this regard

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Lenders Beware the Statutory Forms

17/04/2017

Recently Sheriff Mann at Banff Sheriff Court issued a judgement which he stated he came to “reluctantly because it is apparent to me that the defenders know that the pursuers are the creditors in the mortgage, even though they may not be secured creditors,…know that the debt must be repaid and yet have been able to resist decree passing against them in this action by virtue of what can only be described as a technicality.” So what was the nature of this technicality that so frustrated the court and the lender?

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Property Blog: March Update

17/04/2017

I thought you would be interested to hear my feelings in relation to the first quarter of 2017 as far as the property market is concerned. Whilst there was an uplift in March compared to February’s figures, this is not a consistent uplift across the country, with some areas being higher than 2016 and some areas being lower.

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