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16 November 2017

Rights to light: Whose right is it anyway?

Establishing how many occupants of an injured building enjoy rights to light is not only fundamental to the formulation of a developers’ rights to light risk management/elimination strategies, it is also a major consideration for those pursuing rights to light claims, who may not necessarily wish to share their compensation.

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1 November 2017

Forsters advise on strategic industrial letting

Forsters has advised clients of Rockspring Property Investment Managers LLP ("Rockspring") in relation to the letting of a newly refurbished storage and distribution unit to haulage and logistics specialists, PRS Distribution Limited.

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26 October 2017

New register for trusts

In June 2017 the Government enacted legislation which imposes significant obligations upon trustees to collect, maintain and disclose information about trusts and related individuals, such as the settlor and the beneficiaries.

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24 October 2017

We are sleeping out for Centrepoint

For the 11th year, Team Forsters will be participating in the annual Centrepoint Sleep Out. We are a team of six partners who are doing this to raise money needed to help young people who have little or nothing and urgently need our help.

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9 October 2017

Forsters advise on sale of the Interchange Building, Croydon

Forsters has advised Canmoor and CarVal Investors on the sale of an extensively refurbished 180,000 square foot landmark office building, the Interchange Building in Croydon. It was acquired by CCP 5, the new perpetual core plus fund advised by pan-European real estate investment manager Tristan Capital Partners, from a fund advised by CarVal Investors.

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4 September 2017

Forsters appoints its first group of legal apprentices

Forsters LLP has appointed its first group of four legal apprentices, all of whom start work later this month. The new paralegal apprenticeship programme is provided as part of the government Trailblazer scheme for A level students who have a keen interest in developing a career in a legal environment without wishing to attend university.

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