THIS IS PART TWO OF THE STORY OF 10 MORETON CLOSE IN DUKINFIELD – FOR PART ONE >>>>CLICK HERE<<<<
We continue this story of 10 Moreton Close – the house that isn’t really for sale – at the point Elizabeth Noble instructs a solicitor.
Enter her conveyancing solictor: M Rose & Co of Ashton-Under-Lyne.
Recommended by her estate agent, so assuredly a good chap one might hope. If you are looking for a review on Rose and Co solicitors, you might want to read this.
Rose and Co did um…… absolutely NOTHING for an agonising FOUR WEEKS following instruction.… Click here to continue reading this article
Thinking of buying 10 Moreton Close, Dukinfield, Cheshire, SK16 5RD? Read this first!
You may have been enticed by an estate agent listing for 10 Moreton Close in Dukinfield. Perhaps you are hoping to buy this house? Perhaps you are planning to put an offer in on this house? Perhaps you are one of the unlucky people who thinks they are in the process of buying this house and you are just waiting for the conveyancing solicitors to do their thing before you book a removal van?
I am sorry to burst your bubble, but 10 Moreton Close in Dukinfield is not for sale.… Click here to continue reading this article
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How to centralise a Paypal button?
For some reason, Paypal buttons when pasted into HTML on a web page always default to the left. You can insert as many <align=”center”> tags as you like and it wont make a blind bit of difference.
Centralising a Paypal button using HTML has always been a pain. Until recently, even after much Googling, the only way I had found to do this was to publish the button first, right click it and copy the URL, and use the link to link to a hosted image on my server and ditch the Paypal generated code.… Click here to continue reading this article