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The US practice of title insurance has long been a threat to conveyancing practices in the UK, but it could also offer new opportunites, writes Mervyn Rundle. Mervyn Rundle is a founding partner of Rundle Walker. Last year he went to the US to investigate title insurance. Title insurance has long been an unwanted visitor […]

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My partners and I are very concerned about the implications of the proposed changes in the taxation of professional businesses. I appreciate that the Law Society is campaigning against the move but if it is not changed I fear that it will put lots of small firms out of business. Cash flow is difficult enough […]

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