News 16 September 2020

Virtual property market update with ESPC

Andrew Diamond, Head of Residential Property, joins the ESPC panel to discuss the current market conditions

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Insights 11 September 2020

Covid-19 : Employers need to be aware of increased threat of data breaches from homeworking

Companies face an increased risk of data breaches and heavy fines because of staff working from home long term and must take action to reduce the threat

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News 11 September 2020

Eight new trainees welcomed at Lindsays in our 2020 intake

Our support for future legal professionals continues as we extend a warm, if mainly virtual, welcome to our eight new trainees joining our offices in ...

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Insights 9 September 2020

Covid-19 : Recommendations for employers considering coronavirus testing in their workplace

Some general guidance for employers who may wish to include testing staff for coronavirus in the event of an outbreak in their business

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News 7 September 2020

Working with Lindsays during Covid-19

We are making it as flexible and convenient as possible to work with us. You can contact our offices or get in touch with our people as usual

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News 7 September 2020

Record-breaking month for home sales as demand hits new high

Our Estate Agency team has recorded its busiest ever month in the property market - with home sales during August up 80 per cent on the same month last year

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Insights 4 September 2020

Planning a holiday? Don’t get burnt by fast-changing rules – consider a Power of Attorney

The current dynamic situation, particularly with regard to non-essential travel, highlights an often-overlooked need for a PoA

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News 4 September 2020

Scottish Government prescribes pre-action requirements for rent-based residential evictions

Landlords currently waiting to raise proceedings should be prepared to follow and prove that they followed the pre-action requirements

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Insights 25 August 2020

Japanese Knotweed – a change in perception

Recent studies indicate a potential shift in the reporting of Japanese Knotweed and a trend towards new perceptions of it amongst property stakeholders

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Insights 17 August 2020

An analysis of Scotland’s proposed new hate crime law with Reaction & Brent Haywood

Oliver Rhodes' recent article for Reaction, the commentary and analysis website, draws heavily on Brent Haywood's concerns about Scotland’s new hate crime bill

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News 16 August 2020

Scottish Land Commission's new protocols for ownership of land by private trusts

The new protocol recommendations are intended to inform interactions between land-owning trusts to promote transparency and community involvement

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Insights 14 August 2020

Wills – Do I really need one?

Yes, if you want the people you hope and expect to inherit from your estate to receive the assets you wish them to have

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