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Marshalling between Mortgagees - a forgotten power
Katie Gray and Marc Gover of Tanfield Chambers: explain how the doctrine of marshalling works and why it is a particularly useful, if much overlooked, means of protecting vulnerable security.
New general data protection regime: The countdown has started, will you be ready?
Louise Power and Vikki Hoyle of Walker Morris explain what the new data protection changes mean for lenders and how best to prepare for them.
Mortgages of residential long leases and liabilities
Michael Walsh of Tanfield Chambers explains what a lender needs to check before it pays its borrower's rent or service charge arrears in order to avoid a subsequent challenge by its borrower.
Recovering rent or service charge arrears from borrowers
Anita Parker of Shoosmiths, discusses the issues that arise once rent or service charge arrears have been paid by a lender, and the lender then seeks to recover those sums from its customer.
R (Bolton) v Commissioners For Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs, High Court (Admin), 6 October 2016. CO/911/2016, where now?
Richard Alford of Tanfield Chambers reports on recent, failed attempt to judicially review section 24 of the Finance (No. 2) Act 2015, and considers what the consequences are likely to be for lenders and their lawyers.
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