British Real Estate Agent Orders Staff To Cease Restroom Sex After Condoms Block Pipes - Ny Daily Ne

A British real estate agent has ordered staff to stop having sex in its office restrooms after the pipes became blocked up with used condoms. Bosses at the Savills branch in upmarket Sloane Street, London, sent out a warning email to 50 workers on Wednesday after plumbers spent more than seven hours plunging the toilets. "Unfortunately the blockage was caused by a build up of used condoms. Obviously such activity should not be taking place in the office," director Richard Gutteridge wrote in the note. "As well as it being extremely inconvenient to have both loos out of order for an entire day, this has now cost the office a considerable amount of money," he said. "Please can we be considerate to the ancient Sloane Street plumbing going forward," he added. Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images Investigations have revealed that the problem may actually result from shared drains, with debris resulting from people's bedroom activity in surrounding buildings. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

Real estate company MD booked for alleged fraud - The Times of India

He has been with FGM, 19333 E. Grant Highway, Marengo, for 22 years and has been a lawyer for 25 years. He recently chatted about real estate law. Question: Why focus on real estate? Answer: I enjoy the fact that generally, practicing real estate law requires assisting parties on opposite sides of a transaction accomplish a common goal, such as the purchase and sale of a piece of property, or the lease of residential or commercial space. It is a balancing act between protecting a clients interest and not being so overzealous as to cause a transaction to terminate. Question: Why do I need a lawyer to close on my home or business? Answer: There are components to all transaction that most people are unfamiliar with. As a buyer, you need an attorney to help you obtain clear title to the asset you are purchasing, and to protect you from unforeseen liabilities. As a seller, you need to provide certain documents and assurances that you are conveying clear title, and to protect yourself from potential claims. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

Real estate law with Marengo-based law firm | Northwest Herald

Some estimates put the scale of the fraud at more than Rs 1,000 crore. Despite taking money from around 700 investors for properties in and around Gurgaon in 2006-07, and promising assured returns till possession, the group allegedly didn't begin construction of some projects and defaulted on payments to investors. An FIR was filed at Sushant Lok police station against group MD Sunil Dahiya, his brother Sanjay and father Daryav Singh. Dahiya hasn't been taken into custody yet because he complained of illness and was hospitalized. Dahiya and the others have been accused of putting out misleading advertisements promising 12% returns on investment in under-construction properties at Gurgaon's Sector 74 and IMT Manesar. Geetha Venkatesan, one of the 38 investors in Vigneshwara projects who filed the complaint, alleged she had not received payments since last month and that cheques issued by the company had bounced. She also alleged that the project at IMT Manesar, which started in 2006-07, was just 20% complete while the one at Sector 74 was yet to take off. "The three were booked under sections 420 (cheating), 406 (breach of trust), 120B (criminal conspiracy) and 34 (common intent) of the IPC," Sushant Lok police station officer Naresh Kumar said. "We have served notices on all the accused to join investigations but the main accused said he was unwell and was admitted to hospital for treatment. Police will detain him soon." Ram Singh, another complainant, made similar accusations against Vigneshwara. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit