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The Post Brexit property market - it's complicated!
There’s been quite a bit of breath holding since the EU Referendum on that thorny question: what will happen to the UK property market post Brexit?
It's never too late to say I do...
Marriage in the UK is enjoying something of a revival, with the over sixties in particular, falling in love with the idea of getting hitched all over again.
Holiday Reading Starts With The Small Print.
If you’re booking a holiday, don’t lose your head when it comes to the small print.
Exeter Legal Walk 2016, Monday 6th June.
The Exeter Legal Walk is a 10km sponsored walk around Exeter and the city sights to raise money for local advice services.
Landlords are thumped again!
It’s not been a great time recently if you’re one of Britain’s army of around two million landlords who, between them, own £1 trillion’s worth of property.
The real cost of your driving ban
Every year up to a quarter of a million people receive a driving ban. The fall out from this can be devastating. Huge fines, penalty points and even imprisonment for serious offences.
Right To Rent
Since February this year, anyone letting property in England for money is at risk of prosecution if they don’t check out their tenants’ resident status before they move in.
Exeter Law Firm Retains Lexcel Quality Award
Exeter Law Firm Wins Quality Award
Exeter solicitors Rundlewalker have successfully retained the Law Society’s legal practice quality mark, Lexcel, a much sought after accreditation scheme for law firms.
Safeguarding the Bank of Mum and Dad
With spiraling house prices, strict mortgage requirements and stagnant wages, there’s one bank that’s helping more and more young people get on to the housing ladder.
Cyber Crime Hits Home Buyers
There have been plenty of horror headlines about cybercrime involving house purchases but we at Rundlewalker think this recent one is particularly cruel.
Behind Closed Doors
A new Law has just come into force making it illegal for someone to exercise "coercive control" over their partner.