Recovering Company Assets

July 15th 2022 | dispute resolution

How do company assets become bona vacantia? When a company is dissolved, any property that it beneficially owns immediately before dissolution is passed to the crown and is then known as bona vacantia, which literally means “ownerless goods”. The main ways in which property becomes bona vacantia are as follows: read more...

A Chat With Our Trainee Solicitors

March 18th 2022 | social

It can be difficult to know what the day-to-day life of a Trainee is really like, so we had a chat with our two Trainee Solicitors, Kezia and Isabel , to give you the inside scoop. This is what they had to say about their experiences as they complete their read more...

A Step-By-Step Guide to Conveyancing

January 26th 2022 | residential property

Buying or selling property can be a very stressful experience, and it can be difficult to understand why the process seems to take a long time when you don’t know what is going on behind the scenes. Conveyancing is the process of transferring legal title of a property from one read more...

Can My Wife Witness My Deed?

September 23rd 2021 | commercial property

A deed is a document which requires more than a simple signature to be validly executed. They are used for a range of matters, such as transferring ownership when buying and selling a house. Therefore, it is likely that you will sign a deed at some point in your life read more...
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