The Sale of Goods Act (1979) is very specific about your rights. If you've bought something that's not fit for purpose, not of satisfactory quality nor as described, then you have a right to a refund.
If It's Too Good To Be True...
We've all heard the reasons trotted out for not using a solicitor and they all involve one word - money.
A Warm Welcome to our First Quarterly Newsletter, October 2014.
Speculation is rife about the effect the Government's controversial Help to Buy Mortgage Guarantee Scheme will have on the property market.
Speculation is rife about the effect the Government's controversial Help to Buy Mortgage Guarantee Scheme will have on the property market, the second phase having been hastily introduced three months early.
Caveat Emptor, or Let The Buyer Beware
The Latin for "Buyer Beware" is 'Caveat Emptor'. This is a principle by which the purchaser of goods must take care to ensure that they are free from defects of quality, fitness, or title.
"Will" Power. When there's a will, there's a way.
But when there isn't a will, there's often an almighty mess. Apparently more than half the adults in the UK fail to make a will despite being reminded by endless storylines about wills on TV that feature in Agatha Christie whodunnits, soaps and dramas.
£30,000 settlement for personal injury client
The Personal Injury team at Rundlewalker has succeeded in winning compensation for an individual who sustained an injury at work.
In the Queen's Speech: Children & Families feature
Plans for more flexible parental leave, swifter adoptions and a radical shake-up of support for children with special educational needs were announced in the Queen's Speech.
Discounts for buying Council or Social Housing properties increases to £75,000
In a throwback to the days of Margaret Thatcher, the right of tenants to buy their council houses and flats is making a comeback.
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do.
Divorce is a depressing business at the best of times. But since Legal Aid was withdrawn for the vast majority, more and more couples are resorting to DIY divorce in order to save money.
Go Local for your Personal Injury Claim
It's difficult to avoid the TV ads bombarding us constantly about personal injury claims, not to mention unwanted texts and cold calls from so-called specialist injury lawyers, all touting for business.
As we live longer, our expectations have grown accordingly. With better health and quality of retirement years, come longer marriages. Except that some are buckling under the strain.