COVID-19 Notice: Thomas Carroll remain committed to putting our clients at the forefront of what we do. In light of Caerphilly county being placed under local lockdown from 6:00pm on 8th September 2020, we wanted to remind you that we are fully operational whilst working from home, so that we can continue to provide the same quality service that you normally enjoy from our team. To find a contact number for a member of our team, please click here.
Visit our COVID-19 risk management updates and advice hub here. If you’re in business, we have produced a number of guides, checklists and templates to help with your return to work preparations and ensuring your workplace is safe for your employees in these challenging times.
It is established law that we all have a right to receive daylight through the windows of our homes and offices.
A single Right of Light claim has the potential to significantly diminish profits, or even prevent the development altogether. The cost of compensation/ damages can be significant. A Right of Light Indemnity policy will respond to third party claims, allowing the developer to manage risk and mitigate potential losses in an economical and efficient way.
Thomas Carroll’s Legal Indemnity team understand that speed, simplicity, and confidence are all key to the successful conclusion of a property transaction; where completions are often delayed or aborted all together due to Right of Light issues, our policies can facilitate the process, helping you expedite deals on problem transactions.