The Future of Electronically Signed Property Deals

History in the making  In today’s digital world, there is an increasing demand for convenient methods of entering into legally binding real estate transaction documents. Just this past week, history has been made in the UK with the completion of the first electronically signed real estate transfer which did not require a witness.  How was…

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Niche Firm Network event

We had a fantastic time at the Niche Firm Network event hosted by Vanessa Ganguin Immigration Law yesterday evening. We met for drinks at the Woodins Shades pub on Bishopsgate before starting our very interesting immigration history walk led by David Rosenberg, which started on the border of the City and the East End and finished…

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How technology is giving lawyers the edge on advising in real estate

One of the key differences between Newmanor Law and mainstream law firms is that we actively embrace new ways of working and, in particular, the use of technology.  For many firms, technology is a threat to their fee income because doing deals quickly reduces chargeable hours which translates to smaller bills.  At Newmanor Law, our…

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Beds and sheds in London – the future is bright

Will developments combining industrial and residential uses become a common feature throughout London? London needs 66,000 new homes a year. With online retailers such as Next promising next day delivery for an annual fee of less than £20, logistics companies need more space to sort and deliver parcels 24/7. Lockdowns 1, 2 and 3 are…

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