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Fulfilling An Ambition – Success for Trainee Solicitor
Wilson Browne Solicitors has cause for celebration as another trainee qualifies as a fully-fledged Solicitor. Rachel Timms has qualified as a Solicitor in the Private Client Team, where she assists with advising on the preparation of Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Trusts.
Wilson Browne Solicitors Win Northamptonshire Law Firm of the Year 2019
Wilson Browne Solicitors are once again delighted to receive the Law Firm of the Year Award from Northamptonshire Law Society, a celebration of local industry talent and success.
Conversion Of Attached Domestic Garage To Small Commercial Bakery Was Not A Material Change Of Use (Planning Inspectorate)
Medway Council (MC) refused to grant a lawful development certificate for the use of an attached domestic garage as a small commercial bakery. MC considered that the proposal would result in a material change of use of the dwelling and therefore constituted development.
The Pain of a Chain
One of the hardest things about any sort of transaction is understanding the terminology involved. And especially with legal jargon, the words themselves may be deceptively simple, but carry far greater connotations.
The Right To Inherit After Assisted Suicide
In the UK, assisting a person to commit suicide can leave you open to the risk of prosecution and cases where those who have taken relatives to Dignitas Clinics abroad are often reported to be questioned by the police.
Conveyancing – Working as a Team
It’s fair to say that conveyancing has changed in many ways over the years and it is vital that all parties work together to ensure a smooth and efficient transaction but how does this happen in practice?
Triple shortlisting in the Leicestershire Law Society Awards
At the Annual Leicestershire Law Society Legal Awards 2019 shortlisting evening, Wilson Browne Solicitors received another three shortlistings.
UK’s Departure From The EU Will Not Frustrate Lease (High Court)
The High Court has held that the European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) 25-year lease of premises in Canary Wharf will not be frustrated on the UK’s departure from the EU.
Statutory Succession and the European Convention on Human Rights
Permission has just been granted for an appeal to determine the lawfulness of a statutory succession scheme in the case of Haringey LBC v. Simawi (Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government intervening)  EWHC 2733
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