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How Solicitors Can Step Into the Era of Climate Risk Advice With Confidence

Article contributed by Tim Champney, Commercial Product Director, Dye & Durham UK    Lenders and insurers are already considering the future impacts of climate change on property, and it is easy to understand why. More frequent and severe storms regularly overwhelm our infrastructure and cause flooding, while spells of extreme heat and prolonged drought have sharply increased subsidence claims in recent years, notably in 2018 and 2022.     For many of us, purchasing a home is the largest and most…

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