Old claims and new building laws

1 June, 2016

Keeping up to date with the law and understanding where claims arise is good risk management. The LPLC sees claims every year where practitioners have failed to properly advise a client about building issues. Some claims arise at the beginning when advising a client entering into a building contract while others relate to advising a client involved in […]

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Owner-building danger zone

3 July, 2011

Particular care must be taken when negotiating one complex area of property law. Owner-builder provisions can be disastrous for vendors and their solicitors in a falling property market. The current property slump and the predictions that it will get worse before it gets better are cause for concern for property lawyers. When the market is […]

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