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Author Archive: Christian Robertson

Cockington Riding Club - Dressage Event

Posted by on July 18th 2016 in Blog Posts

On Friday, 15th July, Kitsons sponsored an Informal Evening Dressage & Clear Round Showjumping Event at Bellamarsh Farm, just outside Chudleigh organised by the Cockington Riding Club.

There were 6 classes in total with 36 rosettes up for grabs. Competition was fierce and there were over 50 entrants of ranging abilities and  experience of horse and rider. The weather was kind and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves.

Rosie Evans and Christian Robertson attended on behalf of Kitsons and presented a number of rosettes. 

Our thanks to the Cockington Riding Club.

Guide to Buying Commercial Property

Posted by on July 6th 2016 in Blog Posts, Commercial Property

Guide to Buying Commercial Property

This guide is a snap shot overview to buying a commercial property after terms of the purchase have been agreed between the parties.

Heads of Terms

The Seller’s Agent will produce a set of Heads of Terms (also known as letters of intent, memoranda of understanding, heads of agreement, letters of potential interest, term sheets or protocols) which set out the terms of the commercial transaction which have been agreed in principle between the parties in the course of negotiations.

Secure Lending

If your proposed purchase of the commercial property is dependant on third party lending you may be minded to seek and obtain...

Kitsons Teignbridge Curry Club- The Moguls Palace

Posted by on October 29th 2014 in Blog Posts

Kitsons Teignbridge Curry Club- The Moguls Palace

Kitsons Teignbridge Curry Club – The Moguls Palace, Buckfastleigh

The famous Kitsons Curry Club turned its head around the corner again, leaving the chase for full stomachs and beer soaked lips to begin.

This time we went for a change, with a mystery venue. We picked up our attendees at the Newton Abbot Train Station via coach and went on our way to the secret venue.

We arrived at a palace, Moguls Palace to be exact- a curry house in Buckfastleigh. The venue is situated on Totnes Road, in a slight distant location. As we arrived we were greeted with a fantastic and...

Beware Tree Root Damage

Posted by on September 16th 2013 in Blog Posts, Litigation

Beware Tree Root Damage

Allowing trees to encroach onto a neighbouring owner’s land constitutes a nuisance.

Tree roots can cause considerable damage to a property. The damage is often caused by the roots taking water from the surrounding ground, particularly where the roots extend below any foundations.

Tree owners need to remain alive to the risk of a claim being brought against them for nuisance and ultimately the damage caused by tree roots.

To be able to claim for damages, one has to prove that the damage was caused by the encroachment of tree roots and that the owner of the tree breached the duty of care...