SIGNPOSTS TO HOUSE THEFT – IS IT POSSIBLE TO STEAL A HOUSE?

One of the most important factors required by a successful criminal is information.  Recently a whole new class of crime has grown up around theft of money relating to sham property transactions.  Unlike stealing jewellery or a car, the stolen item does not move but the title to it does, or at least appears to.  The criminal can apparently sell the title ...

FROM DICTIONARY DEFINITION TO UNIVERSITY STUDENT

When I started out in my legal career, the Oxford English Dictionary defined the exploitation and intimidation of tenants by unscrupulous landlords as “Rachmanism”.  All sorts of dirty tricks were employed to control what were called “unprofitable tenants” and get rid them so that otherwise unwanted tenants who would pay extortionate rents for tiny squalid rooms could be provided for. ...

LASTING POWERS OF ATTORNEY: THE NEW ESSENTIAL

Consider these words from the British Banking Association: ‘If you are the joint account holder and the other joint account holder becomes mentally incapable, you do not automatically have the right to access the account unless you have a Lasting Power of Attorney, Enduring Power of Attorney or an Order from the Court of Protection.’ ...
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