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COVID-19 Update

In light of the government’s announcement that the country will enter a national lockdown with effect from Thursday 5th November 2020 BRR Law has decided to take certain additional steps to safeguard our clients and our staff whilst continuing to provide an essential...

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Scunthorpe Solicitors Goes From Strength To Strength

Scunthorpe Solicitors Goes From Strength To Strength Scunthorpe-based BRR Law are making it their mission to provide excellent internal career development for staff. The upcoming months will bring exciting developments for BRR Law. One of BRR Law’s Trainee Solicitors...

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Property Scam Awareness Month

As July is Scams Awareness Month, HM Land Registry have provided some key fraud advice. If you are suspicious about any property transaction you have been asked to carry out, please let the HM Land Registry know as soon as possible by calling their property fraud line...

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Top legal and life advice when making a Will

Nia Wharry, a Wills and Estate Planning Partner at QualitySolicitors gives the following tips to help advise on the creation of a will, whether you are creating your own or assisting a family member in the completion of theirs. For the over 60s Don’t be put off  - the...

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LIAR? Liar, ITV's new 6-part drama, is gripping the nation, with people already reaching conclusions as to whether Laura, played by the actress Joanne Froggatt (better known for her role as Anna Bates in Downton Abbey) is telling the truth when she accuses surgeon...

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Cyber Courts – Why not to use them

The legal profession has evolved greatly over the past 1,000 years. When the Normans invaded in 1066, local courts were presided over by a lord or one of his stewards, and the King’s Court was presided over by the King himself. Up until the 12th century, an accused’s...

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