The Dreamvar nightmare

Susan Hopcraft discusses the recent decision in Dreamvar v Mishcon de Reya and the warning flags it raises regarding identity fraud i

Tackling some knotty issues

Amy Sevier considers several recent cases, including a welcome decision regarding Japanese knotweed and a ruling affecting tenants advertising their properties o

Law Society abused dominant position over CQS training courses

Chancery Lane maintains decisions were taken in good faith and in the publi

Ready, willing, and able to complete?

With Brexit on the horizon, Cecily Crampin and Antony Tanney provide a timely reminder of the legal options available to sellers in periods of economi

Listen to the warning bells

The SDT was kind to a conveyancer who ignored so many red flags and got off with only a moderate fine; others may not be so lucky, says Jean-Yve

CQS-accredited conveyancer accepts he was ‘sloppy’

Solicitor fined £7,500 for failing to address transaction’s ‘dubiou

E-conveyancing: A huge step in the electronic direction

Mark Johnson reviews Land Registry proposals for the long-awaited introduction o