Article Tag: Kathryn Clare

Kathryn Clare Advises Estate and Letting Agents on Defamatory Reviews

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Negative reviews left online by customers can have a detrimental impact on businesses, particularly if they are deemed defamatory or unfair. Kathryn Clare, Dispute Resolution Associate, was approached by The Negotiator to discuss how estate agents and letting agents can protect themselves against defamatory reviews that have been left online. Read Kathryn’s comments on The… Read more »

Misrepresentation in Property Transactions

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With the news that property transactions rocketed by “over 48% in February 2021”, buyers should be aware of their rights should problems arise with the property once completion has taken place. What can you do if you’ve become a victim of misrepresentation during a property transaction? “Caveat Emptor” aka Buyer Beware The basic position when… Read more »

Protecting Your Business from Review Websites

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It’s 2021 and, now more than ever, people use online review websites to research companies for all kinds of reasons. Whether it’s before they purchase a product or go for a job interview. Whilst online reviews are a useful way of finding out other people’s honest opinions and experiences with a product, service or company,… Read more »

Commercial Landlords: Pursuing Rent Arrears During a Pandemic

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2021 is well underway and landlords are still facing challenges with their commercial tenants due to the impact of the pandemic – the most common problem being tenants not paying their rent. Currently, there is a moratorium on forfeiture of commercial leases for non-payment of rent. This also applies to all payments to be made… Read more »

What You Need to Know Before Terminating an Agency Agreement

The Coronavirus has forced businesses to adapt to a new way of working and, as a result, companies are forced to review their current contracts and reorganise the way in which they do business in order to save costs where possible. We have seen an increase in the number of queries surrounding terminating a commercial… Read more »

TOLATA: Property Rights for Unmarried and Co-habiting Couples

It is surprising how many couples believe that they have rights over another’s property if they have been in a long-term relationship that has come to an end. The concept of the term ‘common law wife’ is widely misconceived. There is no legal right to another’s property by virtue of a long-standing relationship. Similarly, clients… Read more »

Promotions at SAS Daniels

Latest promotions for three members of staff have recently been announced across the firm. Claire Porter has been promoted to Senior Associate in the Family Law team based in Chester. She specialises in advising on a wide range of matters including divorce, financial settlements, separation, co-habitation, pre-nuptial and post nuptial agreements. Kathryn Clare is now… Read more »