Receivership Update — March 2013


Walker Morris has released its Receivership Update for March 2013.

Contents

  • Getting to the true market value — a mortgagee’s responsibilities
  • Where does a receiver’s liability lie following termination of agency?
  • Office-to-flat conversion plans go ahead
  • Government amends scope of section 106 renegotiation procedures
  • TUPE and second generation outsourcing
  • Suspension order overturned as Court of Appeal looks to the future
  • Former OFT Head of Credit Regulation appointed to Regulatory & Compliance Group
  • Walker Morris launches little green ebook of real estate

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