We hold events throughout the year and nearly always in close proximity to our offices in London and the Lake District.
With all sponsorship comes responsibility and we consider carefully the needs of the organisations involved and their objectives.
Other events are held as seminars or lectures and we welcome anyone who wishes to attend to do so.
All the latest news and upcoming events are detailed below and should you require any specific information on a news item or event please contact Nick Davis by email infoOB@gedye.co.uk
Once you have found that special place that you love; maybe its ideal for work / has that outside space you have been craving/ has room for a home office. Then the real fun begins!
It is common practice for developers to offer some or even all of the units on a development for sale long before construction work has finished. It can significantly reduce their borrowing costs but how does it affect you as a buyer?
I wrote an article a couple of years ago about off plan re- assignments and the interest generated since has prompted me to update that article and add some of the points that have come to light on transactions since.
Clear instructions to your solicitor/conveyancer on any property purchase is crucial and even more so now following the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SLDT) changes which come into force from 1 April 2016.
Buying your first property can be an exciting time, but it is also a huge investment. Most buyers will have saved hard for years on end just to fund their deposit
Mark Jones, Director and Head of our Conveyancing department considers the risk to the unwary buyer.
We are very pleased to announce that Justin Roberts, Litigation Solicitor at Gedye & Sons has been accepted as an Associate Member of The Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS).
Alzheimer’s Society newest scheme ‘Will to Remember’ launched on Tuesday 27th May 2014 in the North West (Cumbria, Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Cheshire) in partnership with Solicitors for the Elderly.
Mark Jones as Head of our conveyancing department considers the potential risks of this increasingly popular phenomena.
Trusts, Trustees, Financial Institutions and Solicitors need to consider the new legislation. In this article Richard Roberts, Mark Jones and Sarah Murphy look at what it means and who it affects.
Gedye and Sons in association with Art Fund Cumbria are delighted to announce a reception and drinks evening at Blackwell House on Thursday 5th June 2014 from 5.30pm.
Grange over Sands and Old Bailey based Gedye & Sons becomes one of the first twenty firms nationwide to obtain the Law Society’s new Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme accreditation.
Art lover and Gedye & Sons director Richard Roberts acquires historic LMS poster of Grange over Sands from Christie’s auction held in London.
The much published scheme which demonstrates an excellence in their field has seen the Law Society accredit the first group of law firms to its new Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS)
Thursday 17th January 2012 saw Richard Roberts present a lecture at Clarke Willmott LLP in Bristol. This was as part of an evening sponsored by them for the Halycon network. Halycon is a professional network for the LGBT community.
Advice on property and financial lasting powers and powers of attorney, health and welfare lasting powers and powers of attorney, Court of Protection and Mental Capacity issues.