In a world where self-isolation, social distancing and lockdown are all now very familiar words to us all it was only in the Spring of 2020 that private client practitioners were debating whether or not witnesses of a will had to be physically present when a testator signed their will in order for it to […]
In a recent dispute between sisters over their mother’s last will (Coles v Reynolds & Anor ECHW 2151 (Ch)) the court held that the deceased i) had knowledge and approval of her will; and ii) was not unduly influenced into favouring one daughter over the other. The deceased had made a will on 23 May […]
An analysis of the recent decision in Umrish Limited and others v Bobby Gill Material Facts Mr Gill operated an investment company, known as Swisspro Asset Management AG (“Swisspro”), in which he claimed that investors would receive a fixed return of 2% per month. The Claimants, acting via Mr Venkatesh, were introduced to Mr Gill […]
What are Personal Guarantees? Guarantees are given by one party in respect of another party’s liabilities. In other words, they are a promise to pay another’s debt. Company directors are commonly required to provide a personal guarantee where they acquire a loan or other financial package to support their company. Wives and husbands of company […]
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