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Last week we reviewed the most popular blogs on the Clutton Cox solicitors website from number 10 to number 6.
Now for a delicious dénouement.
Those on tenterhooks and that may mean just you, need wait no longer.
Last year, we took the opportunity of an end of year Hit Parade of the most read conveyancing blogs on the Clutton Cox website.
Last year none of our conveyancing blogs was able to oust the rampant curiosity of visitors to our website to see what our team of solicitors looked like. And, our Online Conveyancing Calculator and Conveyancing Home Page continued to whir like crazy.
The Legal Ombudsman has been active this week in Conveyancing.
The Legal Ombudsman is the bloke you contact when you are dissatisfied with the legal service you have received from your lawyers and aren’t happy with how your law firm dealt with your complaint.
Last Wednesday, saw the launch in the UK of RocketLawyer one of the US’s biggest legal brands.
Rocket Lawyer, offers, free and subscription based, do-it-yourself online templates as well as referrals to a select band of 20 “On-Call” law firms. The online documents offer individuals and small businesses a fixed-fee service in family law, wills, probate, property issues, employment and corporate law.
I must admit to being a tad frustrated when the new Apple iPhone adverts started.
Siri’s distinct voice giving answers to copious questions ( even silly questions) – I knew I had heard before, but couldn’t place where.
A major initiative launches at noon today in Bristol: the introduction of the Bristol pound.
And Clutton Cox Conveyancing Wills and Probate Solicitors believe they are the first firm of solicitors to sign up for the scheme and welcome the Bristol pound for conveyancing in Bristol.
Welcome to Clutton Cox: an new introduction by Solicitor Paul Hajek
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Chipping Sodbury is a market town on the edge of the southern Cotswolds. A fine example of medieval town planning. I have run Clutton Cox solicitors in Chipping Sodbury for more than 25 years. I love Chipping Sodbury. Chipping...
The Court of Appeal , in a case decided in June, ruled that there was a no of care owed by a Bank’s Valuer to a buy to let borrower. The Court drew a distinction between the commercial nature of buy to lets as opposed to the “ordinary”...
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