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  • Legally Speaking on Radio Exe - Friday 12-1pm

    26 April 2018

    Its not too late to get your questions in and hear it answered live on Radio Exe, give us a message or email Chris.tagg@cartridgeslaw.co.uk. Legally Speaking every Friday between 12-1pm on Radio Exe.

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  • Revealed: The DASLS Legal Awards shortlist

    26 April 2018

    THE finalists in the Devon and Somerset Law Society Legal Awards 2018 have been announced. Now in their third year, the awards recognise the contribution that law firms make to local communities and the economy. Sue Aggett, president of...

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  • A Cartridges Lunch in return for donation towards the West Exe Pumas

    25 April 2018

    Well done to the West Exe Pumas for making it to the National U14’s Netball Club Finals! To help with your fundraising efforts, we thought we would hold a baked potato lunch for staff in return for donations! Click here to show your support...

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  • Home sellers should be forced to provide upfront information, says trade body

    25 April 2018

    A trade body for conveyancers says it would liked to have seen the government require sellers to provide vital information prior to their property being viewed in order to improve the homebuying and selling process. Read the full Law Society Gaze...

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  • Success in Succession Planning

    25 April 2018

    The UK recorded 5.7 million private sector businesses at the start of 2017, with 99.9% being small or medium-sized (SMEs). Despite success in business, it is common for business owners to neglect effective succession planning within their will.&nb...

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  • #ManyVoicesMakeChange - Cartridges Campaign to promote equality

    24 April 2018

    #ManyVoicesMakeChange Our new campaign in readiness for Exeter Pride2018! Keep an eye on our social media over the next couple of days to find out more.. ❤️

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  • 'Skeletal' whiplash bill threatens to sideline parliament, peers warn

    24 April 2018

    The government’s plans for reforming whiplash claims today attracted criticism from parliamentary scrutineers who fear too much power is being delegated to justice ministers and officials. The House of Lords delegated powers and regulatory r...

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  • Report predicts increased demand for commercial lawyers.

    24 April 2018

    The value of the business legal services market will grow strongly over the next couple of years, powered partly by Brexit, a report has predicted. It also highlighted the importance of networking for commercial lawyers, with businesses large and...

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  • The Devon & Somerset Law Society Awards - 1st May!

    24 April 2018

    The @DSLawSociety Legal awards on 1 May recognise the contribution that law firms make to local communities and the economy. We are thrilled to have been shortlisted for 3 separate awards this year - Law Firm 1-10 Partners, Employer of the Year an...

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  • Conveyancing: dual representation off the table

    23 April 2018

    Buyers and sellers will not be encouraged to use the same conveyancer as part of the government's plans to fix what it considers to be a 'broken housing market'. However, a referral fee ban is still on the cards after a call for evidence highligh...

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  • Mind the Gap

    23 April 2018

    Employers with 250 or more employees are feeling the pressure following publication of the gender pay gap figures. 78% of companies paying men more than women, 14% paying women more than men and the country has a median gender pay gap of 9.7%. But...

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  • The spirit of the Bike Shed Theatre lives on..

    23 April 2018

    The spirit of The Bike Shed Theatre lives on through Alex Jackson who played the Dame in The City of Lights Theatre's production of Jack in the Beanstalk! Thoroughly enjoyed by our Partner, Penny Scott at the Sidmouth Connaught Gardens.

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  • Legal costs halt thousands of domestic violence cases.

    22 April 2018

    Domestic abuse victims in England have been unable to get emergency court orders stopping their abusers from harming them, an organisation has said. The National Centre for Domestic Violence said 6,000 victims were denied free legal representatio...

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  • Todays conveyancer explains the Government Has Announced ‘Professionalisation’ Of Estate Agents.

    21 April 2018

    On Sunday, Housing Secretary Sajid Javid announced measures to professionalise the estate agency market which may have a significant impact on the conveyancing market and our readers. This announcement was made by way of a press release with furt...

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  • #CartridgesCuppaChallenge - Zakopane!

    20 April 2018

    Our cup has been all the way to Poland this week! Emilia, our receptionist, enjoyed a steaming hot Americano whilst looking out to the mountains in Zakopane! #CartridgesCuppaChallenge

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  • First Digitally Signed Mortgage Registered At HMLR.

    20 April 2018

    The first ever digital mortgage deed has today been entered into the Land Register. Filed by Enact Conveyancing and Coventry Building Society, no witness was required to witness the signing, nor was the traditional ink signature needed.The regist...

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  • Summer Fete at Westexe Children's Centre

    20 April 2018

    Glorious afternoon at The Westexe Children's Centre enjoying the sunshine and doing arts and crafts with the children! We'll leave it to you to guess which ones were done by the kids and which were done by us! 

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  • Not long to go until Exeter Pride!

    19 April 2018

    Make sure you keep your calendar free on Saturday 12 May if you want to be a part of one of the South West's biggest celebrations of the LGBT+ communities in the region. This year is Exeter Pride's 10th anniversary and the celebrations are expecte...

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  • Put court closures on hold, say solicitors and magistrates

    19 April 2018

    Legal professional bodies have called for the government to halt its court closure programme while technology to replace physical justice is fully tested. The Ministry of Justice last week closed a consultation on proposals to shut eight court bu...

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  • #TeamWorkMakesADreamWork

    18 April 2018

    Pizza and sunshine whilst chatting about all things 'Cartridges' at our firm meeting. Learning about the#GDPR and the future of legal services! We loved the suggestions by staff on what we can do to improve and develop our services#TeamWorkMa...

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