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PropertyBourse Limited

There have been a number of complaints by investors following advice they received regarding investments in PropertyBourse Limited. PropertyBourse went into administration in November 2013. As a result of these complaints the...

Fair Deal for Expats

Croft Solicitors have been instructed by Fair Deal for Expats, an association of British expatriates living across the EU whose lives may be profoundly affected by the outcome of the...

EcoHouse Group Developments

You may be aware of EcoHouse Group Developments Ltd. EcoHouse supposedly invested in the construction of social housing. They offered investors the opportunity to invest in social housing in Brazil and...

Buy to let investors overpaying on their mortgages

Think you have a fixed ‘buy to let’ mortgage rate?  Think again.  6000 West Bromwich Building Society customers thought that they were locked into rates that tracked the base rate. ...

We did it!

We are extremely happy to report we virtually visited all of the Maggie's centres, travelling 2472.18 miles during the month of May. This was a real team challenge which we all...

New Rules on Rejecting Goods

The rules regarding when you can reject goods have never been that clear. The new Consumer Rights Act 2015 has, to a large extent, simplified the rules which are now...

Custodial sentence for contempt of Court

A Chief Executive and President of a defendant company in Commercial Court proceedings has been sentenced to an immediate and lengthy prison sentence of 18 months. The sanction of committal...

Miles for Maggie’s

Throughout the month of May the team at Croft Solicitors are taking on a virtual challenge in aid of Maggie’s Centres.  They will be covering the 2000 mile distance between...

Restrictive Covenants which require consent

We are delighted that an article on this subject, written by Jonathan Kenwright of Croft Solicitors, and Andrew Francis, a barrister at Serle Court, was included in an edition of...