Failure to advise clients of risk can have serious financial consequences. David Greene and Dominic de Bono consider a recent equitable compensation claim ‘Jackson LJ held that this was a category 2 advice case, noting that this was not a “conventional conveyancing situation“. While the purchasers had taken the decision to purchase a property in …
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- Main & ors v Giambrone & Law & ors  EWCA Civ 1193; WTLR(w) 2019-04
- South Australia Asset Management Corp v York Montague Ltd  UKHL 10
- Target Holdings Ltd v Redferns  UKHL 10