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Published: 2nd February 2017 at 15:10:32

  • Professional negligence claim featuring Japanese Knotweed

  • Adverse judgment for damages to be assessed – assessed at nil

  • Obtaining reversal of insurers’ refusal to pay out on a flood damage claim – a five figure claim – under a new policy, on referral to the Financial Ombudsman Service

  • Purchaser of second-hand car obtaining rescission i.e. cancellation of contract against motor dealers and restoration to pre-contract financial position – and payment of his legal costs.  Car returned to dealers with client obtaining agreed sum of compensation for losses and expenses arising out of dealers’ breach of contract and of implied statutory terms: breach of condition of satisfactory quality implied in Section 14 (2) of the Sale of Goods Act 1979

  • Cases involving Orders from the County Court giving permission to enforce Employment Tribunal awards and then enforcing through County Court Bailiff or, on transfer to the High Court, The Sheriffs Office.

  • Successful reference from HM Land Registry to Property Chamber, Land Registration First-Tier Tribunal for registration of possessory title to land, the claim having been contested by owners of neighbouring land.

  • Five lots of voluntary interim payments for a Claimant in a substantial personal injury claim.

  • Settlement of an Inheritance Act claim providing for a lump sum payment to a middle-age son out of his mother’s estate.  Her Will had directed that her entire estate be given to a Charity.