Category Archives: David Watson

Intentional post mix-up leads to favourable settlement agreement

In a recent legal case undertaken by Litigation Executive David Watson, a judgment claim was...

Outdoor Advertising, Light Pollution and a Legal Battle Over a Bus Shelter

We asked Litigation Executive David Watson to provide some expert insight into the below case...

Terminally Ill Woman’s Marriage Triggers High Court Inheritance Dispute

We asked Litigation Executive David Watson to provide some expert insight into the below case...

One Good Reason Why Professional Conveyancing is Always Required

One good reason why professional conveyancing is always required is that lurking in the title...

Topography and Common Sense Prevail in High Court Right of Way Dispute

In resolving right of way disputes, judges’ first port of call is to the precise...

Even Acts of Generosity Should Be Properly Documented – Cautionary Tale

Even acts of generosity can lead to litigation if the basis for them is not...

Restricting Holiday Lets in Seaside Towns – Tribunal Ruling Shows the Way

Residents of many holiday destinations are disturbed by the increasing impact of tourism on their...

Neighbours’ Disputes – Negotiate Now or Pay a High Price Later

Many neighbours’ disputes may, at least to an outsider, appear trifling. However, as a High...

Setting Up Business in a Garden Outhouse? Make Sure You Read This First

One of the social effects of the COVID-19 pandemic was the creation of a fashion...

Japanese Knotweed Victim Wins Compensation in Landmark Nuisance Case

Landowners should sit up and take notice of the Court of Appeal’s ground-breaking decision to...