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TLT acted for UKAR on the transfer of title on approximately 90,000 mortgages securities UK wide.
Although Brexit is unlikely to have a significant impact on existing contracts,which are due to end within the next couple of years, contracts that extend beyond the Brexit negotiation period may well be affected, depending on their wording.
Since the case was heard, the legal framework has changed considerably with the introduction of the Insurance Act 2015. We examine briefly what would have been different in the Galatea judgement.
The Metropolitan Police Service has re-appointed TLT to its national legal services framework panel following a competitive tender process.
On 26 May 2016 the European Commission published a draft proposal to address geo-blocking and other forms of discrimination (the Regulation) to apply where a trader is providing goods or services across the border of one of more EU member state to a customer that does not then resell them.
In the recent case of Reveille Independent LLC v Anotech International (UK) Ltd  EWCA Civ 443, the Court of Appeal contemplated the question of whether a binding contract had been formed even though one of the parties had not signed the document.
TLT has advised Savills in the acquisition of GBR Phoenix Beard Holdings, a leading West Midlands property consultancy.
In the recent decision of Alexander v West Bromwich Mortgage Company Ltd , the court considered the appropriate approach to take where standard mortgage conditions were inconsistent with the terms contained in a lender’s offer letter.