The Heat Is On – Authorities Warn Heatwave Brings Fire Risk

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The 2018 summer is proving to be a scorcher. Are you prepared for a fire? Find out what businesses need to know if a building catches alight. [Read More...]

Insurers and Businesses Will Benefit From Riot Compensation Act 2016

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Do you understand your rights under the Riot Compensation Act 2016? For expert legal advice call Fisher Scoggins Waters on 0207 993 6960. [Read More...]

Banging Your Head Against The (Party) Wall

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To help prevent disputes developing, the Party Wall Act 1996 (the Act) was passed. It sets out a process whereby a building owner wishing to carry out work on a party wall must let the adjoining landowner know by providing written notice two months before starting work. [Read More...]

That Sinking Feeling – Discovering and Remedying Subsidence

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Building and home owners who discover subsidence in their property often wish the ground would swallow them up [Read More...]

Everything You Need To Know About Subsidence In Sixty Seconds

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Nothing strikes fear into the heart of a building owner like subsidence. It is one of the most serious problems a property can suffer, affecting its structural safety and resale value. [Read More...]

Defective Premises Act 1972 – No Strict Liability

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The recent case of Lafferty v Newark and Sherwood District Council [2016] EWHC 320 (QB), considered whether s.4(4) of the Defective Premises Act 1972 imposes a form of strict liability. [Read More...]

Remedies Available If Your Insurance Will Not Cover Damage Caused By Rioting

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It was the largest arson in Europe. [Read More...]

Recovering Losses for Damage Caused by Falling Trees

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As we begin 2016 the media is dominated by the news of storms battering the North of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. On 30th December, severe gales caused a number of trees to fall, blocking roads and causing damage to properties. [Read More...]

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