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Implying ‘Braganza’ duties into mortgage contracts

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Robin Fulton, formerly a private client partner with Shepherd & Wedderburn WS, has joined Turcan Connell in Edinburgh. Silverbeck Rymer has announced the promotion of three lawyers to partners. The new partners are John Mooney, head of the firm’s claimant motor department, Andrea Lally, head of the defendant department, and Joseph Skinner, head of the […]

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