Field Seymour Parkes has advised BGF on its £11.6m investment into Invenio, a UK-headquartered and global provider of business focussed technology solutions and consulting services, to support the business’s continued growth.
In a very unusual decision a Will was ruled to be invalid on grounds of lack of testamentary capacity despite there being no medical expert evidence adduced by either side. Katharine Riley examines the approach to the evidence taken in the case of Dean Hughes v Hermes Rodrigues in May 2019, and reviews challenges to Wills based on capacity issues and the rules on the burden of proof.
We continue our review of legal issues arising upon the conversion of commercial buildings to residential use. In this second article in our three-part series, our real estate partner Richard Higgs looks at the “landlord and tenant” aspects.