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Scottish home sellers are increasingly turning down "significant" amounts of money by rejecting their highest offers – when those offers are subject to the sale of another property – and instead opting for a chain-free sale. This trend is driven by sellers' desire for greater certainty a

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Consolidation in Scotland’s independent financial advice sector is showing no signs of slowing, experts believe. Corporate lawyers at independent Scottish legal firm Lindsays say they are advising a growing number of Independent Financial Advisors (IFAs) on transactions including mergers, take

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Lindsays has revealed a second successive year of sales totalling in excess of £170 million through its residential property teams based in Edinburgh, Dundee and Perth during 2023. The total has been hailed a significant success for the firm in the face of what it describes as a “long ha

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A lawyer who began his career in Argentina has joined Lindsays. Juan Casal has been appointed as an associate in the corporate and commercial department in Edinburgh.

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Companies must prepare for a new law that will impose greater demands on verifying the identity of their directors and connected businesses, experts at Edinburgh-headquartered legal firm Lindsays have warned. An impending new law means that Companies House will impose more stringent measures on conf

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Simon Donaldson, a seasoned Edinburgh-based property expert, has joined the residential team at solicitors and estate agents Lindsays. Mr Donaldson has been appointed as a property manager within the firm’s residential property team, based in the capital, following 17 years with Simpson &

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Edinburgh-based solicitors and estate agents Lindsays has reported that average house prices in the city have risen by over £60,000 since before the Covid-19 pandemic. The firm noted that prices across Edinburgh and throughout the Lothians show no signs of dropping — with values rem

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International investors are prepared to play the longer game when it comes to property purchases in Scotland, according to Lindsays partners Derek Nash and John Bett, who have said there remains “definite” interest from potential overseas buyers in the Scottish market. But the two a

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Leanne Gordon has rejoined Lindsays' rural services department as farmers, crofters and landowners respond to a string of major changes and challenges. Mrs Gordon previously spent six years at Lindsays – rising from solicitor to senior associate – until June last year. She has since had

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Lindsays has today announced a merger with legal practice Miller Hendry. The deal, which will take effect on May 30, will see Miller Hendry partners and staff transfer to Lindsays.

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Rental payments based on takings may become more common as retailers adapt to the changing high street in today's challenging economy, a lawyer has suggested. Martin Bennett, a director in Scottish legal firm Lindsays' commercial property team, says the option is one available in negotiations as sho

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Independent Scottish legal firm Lindsays has appointed a new director to its commercial property team. Bringing more than 20 years’ experience and a special interest in advising firms operating in the tourism, hospitality and retail sectors, Martin Bennett's arrival comes as demand for advice

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onstruction contractors may need to deploy greater legal safeguards in order to protect their businesses from being pushed under by spiralling costs, a lawyer has warned. Andrew Boccoli, a director in the Commercial Property department at Scottish legal firm Lindsays, believes extreme market volatil

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