Thursday, 10 December 2009

Action over property misdescription

A businessman’s legal dispute with a developer in Reading has led him to set up a website for others legal assistance.

As reported in the Reading Post earlier this month, Roy Assersohn is suing Muse Developments over the purchase of six Chatham Place apartments.

Mr Assersohn, a former city editor with a national daily paper, has now set up a website to offer legal advice to people who believe they may have been a victim of a “property misdescription”. The Legal Investigation Services is www.property-misdescriptions.com.

Most members of the public believe if they have a problem over the purchase of property, their legal redress is with the conveyancing solicitor.
But often they should be taking legal action against the developer or in non new build cases the seller of a property.

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