Royal Wanstead School sues Macfarlanes to tune of £300K

Power, Helen
March 2005
Lawyer;3/7/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p2
Trade Publication
This article focuses on how Macfarlanes is being sued by a childrens' educational charity for damages of more than 300,000 pounds. The Royal Wanstoad School, formerly known as the Infant Orphan Asylum, claims that Macfarlanes gave negligent advice over the sale of a piece of land to property developers. According to the claim, as a result of the later sale to Lifetime Properties, Royal Wanstead School is no longer entitled to the benefit of a restrictive covenant which entitles it to the profits.


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