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Moving Home During the Coronavirus Crisis - Guide for Buyers and Sellers

If you are considering moving home at this time, we understand you might have several questions about the current process. Here, we provide practical guidance for buyers and sellers looking to move during the coronavirus pandemic:

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Covid-19 Message from McLennan Adam Davis Solicitors

The team at McLennan Adam Davis remain open for business and able to accept new instructions from new as well as existing clients in all practice areas. We will continue to provide legal advice and assistance to all clients, old and new, as and when required. That said, we are sure you will appreciate that we have to put steps in place to adjust our working practices at the present time. We have the technology and systems in place that will allow certain members of staff to work from home but they will still remain contactable (further details below).

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Scottish house price growth fastest in UK

House prices in Scotland reached a new peak in November 2018, with annual house price growth hitting six per cent, according to the latest house price index from YourMove/Acadata. This is compared with both England and Wales which have fallen by one per cent.

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Criminal Justice Disability Project: Final Report Released

The Scottish Government has published a new report which aims to promote and enable accessibility of service across the criminal justice sector in Scotland for those with disabilities.

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Number of Rental Properties Available in Scotland Falls Again

A new survey of the residential property market has revealed that the number of rental properties in Scotland has fallen even further over the last three months. However, this decrease in supply has been coupled with an increase in demand, which is expected to lead to a sharp rise in costs for tenants.

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