Will in favour of landlord is overturned by disappointed brothers JPHLAW SOLICITORS PORTADOWN A will made by a physically and mentally impaired man in favour of his long-term professional carer and ‘supporting landlord’ has been overturned in the England & Wales High Court on the grounds of lack of knowledge and approval of its contents.…

JPHLAW News – Term time holiday cases dropped West Sussex County Council has dropped 18 cases against parents who took their children out of lessons for family holidays. Councillors made the u-turn after the High Court ruled in favour of a father who refused to pay a £120 fine for taking his daughter away for…

Banks boosted by landmark ruling on surveyor negligence – JPHLAW Solicitors PortadownLenders will be able to recover significantly larger amounts when suing over negligent property valuations after a landmark court ruling that is forecast to have wide implications for professional advisers. Legal experts warned that an immediate result of the Court of Appeal judgment handed…

Spain offers hope to Britons who bought holiday homes in crash JPHLAW Solicitors Portadown can help you with this

Britons who may have lost money on homes in Spain, through having been left high and dry by the global financial crisis or unwittingly having bought illegally built homes in the country, have been offered hope after the supreme court in Madrid issued a landmark judgment stating that Spanish banks are responsible for missing money…

Claims management firms accused of illegally acquiring data JPHLAW Solicitors Portadown

Claims management firms have been accused of using customer details, illegally obtained from garages, to cold call motorists. The Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMIF), a trade body, has begun an investigation after people received unsolicited calls from firms trying to recruit them to make personal injury claims, within hours of taking their vehicles into garages…

Immigration and single market access Writing in the Telegraph, Szu Ping Chan asks whether the UK can curb immigration whilst maintaining unfettered access to the single market, post Brexit. Jonathan Lindsell, a research fellow at Civitas, suggests Britain could explore Article 28 of the EEA. “This explains that the free movement of workers is ‘subject…