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From time to time we will post news articles and announcements relating to the firm and to various legal issues that may be of interest to you.

A Fond Farewell

A fond fairwell

This month we waved a fond goodbye to Isabel Gallagher, the longest standing member of our Licensing Team, as she entered her retirement. Isabel joined the team in 1989 from North Ayrshire Council and has been an asset to the firm ever since. She will be sorely missed by clients and colleagues but will no doubt enjoy having some time to enjoy the venues she has helped to license over all those years!

Japanese Knotweed and Residential Property

Japanese Knotweed And Residential Property
Japanese Knotweed And Residential Property

Garden predators are taking root in the courts, as householders take action to fight off plant invaders that can be highly destructive and undermine property values.

Title Indemnity Policies – a practical solution to ‘title defects’

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Author Dru Nicholson Residential Property

When a property is being sold, the Title Deeds (the documents setting out legal ownership, boundaries, rights of access etc) will be examined by the purchaser’s solicitor. The purchaser’s solicitor will want to be satisfied that the seller can transfer valid title to the purchaser at settlement and that there are no defects with the title which may adversely impact on the purchaser. A lender taking security over the property will also want reassurance that there are no such defects affecting the value of the property or the lender’s ability to sell should they enforce security in their favour.

Back in business – the returning demand for office space in the Central Belt

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Amy Emmerson

The impact of COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdowns has resulted in an unprecedented shift by employers towards adapting a more flexible working policy. Whilst many companies have now enacted formal hybrid working policies and appear to be moving away from the traditional office unit set up, Scottish commercial property has had its best first half of the year for investment volumes since 2018.[1] As we move forward from the pandemic, we consider its continued impact on the commercial property market.

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