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HERTFORDSHIRE County Council has overcome “immensely complicated” legal pitfalls and helped to secure a u30 million loan for a housing association. Lawyers working on the deal have come up with a scheme which satisfies all sides, despite the recent Allerdale v Credit Suisse case which led to uncertainty over the legality of guarantees. Banks were […]

Cripps takes on C&E work

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