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Banks are returning to a much-changed property market.
Landlord, not tenant, benefited from “the spontaneous actions” of Banksy.
The Housing and Planning Bill changes the process by which acquiring authorities can exercise their CPO powers.
Two new cases confirm that the court has a wide discretion to order relief from forfeiture, even when the breach(es) of lease concerned are deliberate.
Temporary permitted development rights have enabled offices to be converted to residential use without having to apply for planning permission.
…without the superior landlord’s consent.
A lender in Scotland requires to take ‘reasonable’ steps to agree proposals with their customers before embarking on court proceedings for possession of a residential property.
A tenant who signs up to a lease of commercial property that is suffering from inherent defects or is in a state of disrepair can find they have taken on more than they bargained for.
The High Court decided a lender was entitled to rely on the equitable doctrine of mistake to set aside the discharge of a mortgage and undo the cancellation of a registered charge over borrowers’ property.
It is important to recognise the pitfalls as well as the benefits of tenancies at will or licences to occupy before deciding which to use.
Why you should consider the Professional Arbitration on Court Terms scheme.
They are a relic from the past but investors and developers may come across rentcharges affecting their properties. What should you think about if a rentcharge has appeared on your title report?
This is the second article on sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) and looks at options for maintenance.
With post-floods guidance, developers may experience delays in planning applications.
Reminder after fines on estate agents and a newspaper for agreeing not to publish estate agents’ fees...
In a recent decision in the Court of Session at Edinburgh the court required to consider whether or not the landlord was unreasonably withholding consent to a proposed assignation.
What will the election result mean for British retailers?
Landlord remedies for pursuing tenants for debts have been subject to major change over the last few years; what are the options now for debt recovery?
Changes have the potential to affect how developments moderate their impact through the use of Section 106 obligations.
This is the last of three articles discussing changes in the law applying to the termination of assured shorthold tenancies (ASTs).