Property Law Services

12th July 2018
Jordan Kinsley Smith Watson Ramsbottom

Mortgage Lender Criticised by Judges for Ignoring Borrower’s Disability

When assessing the ability of borrowers to repay loans, lenders are required to take account of their personal circumstances, including any disabilities from which they suffer. […]
4th July 2018
Kath Burrell

What Does ‘Isolated’ Mean?

The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) generally discourages construction of isolated new homes in the open countryside – Kath Burrell, who works in the residential property […]
7th June 2018
Carolynne Tovell Solicitor

Council Tax to Bite on Empty Property

Carolynne Tovell, solicitor in Watson Ramsbottom’s property department looks at what Government is doing to tackle the issue of the unoccupied houses. In 2017, 205,293 dwellings […]
1st June 2018
Diane Matthews Watson Ramsbottom Solicitors

Changing Circumstances Lead to Divorce Settlement Dispute

Diane Matthews from our family team here at Watson Ramsbottom looks at an unusual divorce settlement dispute. When a wealthy construction business owner and his wife […]