Why deeds are commonly rejected by Registers of Scotland, and the new pre-registration checking service that should help reduce the risk
With the appointed day under the Long Leases (Scotland) Act 2012 now past, the author flags up the rights that may still be claimed, and highlights an unexpected issue relating to compensation
From emotional meltdown to effective negotiation: the new Parenting Apart programme for separating couples, and how it works, with reference to some early user experiences
Highlights from the most recent Brussels Agenda briefing issued by the UK Law Societies' joint Brussels office, including public documents; impact assessments; presumption of innocence
This month's selection of leisure reading, chosen by the Journal's book review editor