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A round-up of parliamentary business during the week beginning 28 September
We have responded to the Scottish Housing Regulator's discussion paper on the introduction of an appeals process against its regulatory decisions.
We have responded to the Scottish Parliament, Finance Committee call for evidence on Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT).
CML chairman Moray McDonald assesses the challenges for all in retirement borrowing before delivering his own verdict: we must try harder!
We have responded to the FCA’s discussion paper on smarter consumer communications. We believe the act of a discussion paper will likely be helpful to firms in understanding how communications...
The Law Society of Northern Ireland have recently issued three practice directions relating to general sale and purchase matters. The handbooks are standard form instructions to conveyancers acting for lenders...
Statistic of the week
The number of interest-only loans outstanding fell 16% over the past year.Read more