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Court of Appeal highlights dangers to lenders of choosing to enforce only part of a security

Lenders must be careful to ensure that they do not lose the right to enforce their remaining rights under a security agreement when they choose to enforce only part of it, the Court of Appeal has warned. 20 Oct 2014

Mortgage firm forced to defend "hopeless" claim brought by litigant in person

A recent High Court decision against a woman who made numerous unsubstantiated claims against a mortgage company demonstrates the "havoc" that particularly determined litigants in person can cause. 13 Oct 2014

Credit Suisse wins right to enforce contractual claims over derivative deals that were otherwise void

Credit Suisse has prevented a customer from claiming that derivative agreements were void because it did not have the capacity to enter into them. 08 Oct 2014

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