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Large Chepstow brownfield development site approved for housing

The largest brownfield development site in Monmouthshire has been sold to Barratt Homes in a move set to boost Chepstow’s housing stock significantly.

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Title Research

How Title Research can help you mitigate risk on intestacy

Dealing with an intestate estate can come with a substantial amount of risk as family relationships are often complex and not always as they seem.

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Rachel Clacher Moneypenny

WeMindTheGap, the charity borne out of Moneypenny, receives National Lottery funding to support young women

WeMindTheGap, the charity borne out of Moneypenny has announced that it has received £1.1 million of National Lottery funding from The National Lottery Community Fund (formerly Big Lottery), to increase opportunities for disadvantaged women.

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Title Research

Why you need to be aware of escheatment

When a US account becomes dormant for a period of time specified by state law, the account is turned over to the state in which the company is domiciled. This is the process of escheatment.

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Search Acumen

Going the extra 133,000 miles: Search Acumen are first to introduce Public Rights of Way data within property insight platform

Search Acumen, the property data insight and technology provider, has upgraded its Commercial Real Estate platform ForeSite to give lawyers and property professionals instant access to Public Rights of Way (PRoW) data held by all 326 Local Authorities in England and Wales.

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DocsCorp

DocsCorp publishes industry guide to help everyone get redaction right

In the wake of recent high-profile redaction errors, DocsCorp, a leading provider of enterprise productivity solutions, has published a new industry guide on redaction

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Future Climate Info

Re-wilding Streams: Letting Nature Control Flooding

Government flood management investment, often reacting to events rather than in anticipation of them, has tended to focus on hard flood defences – channelling water faster elsewhere.

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Psychology and data breaches: the emotional impact of privacy violations

The sheer scale of the information we share with organisations is enough to leave us all open to the threat of financial and identity fraud. But, when talking about the real-life impact of data breaches, we often don’t consider the effect on an individual’s mental state.

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21 February 2019

The art of being honestly dishonest

The concept of dishonesty within the legal profession has always struck me as particularly inflexible. This is not without good reason, as it is a foundation of our profession that no solicitor should ever act dishonestly.

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