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Walker Morris takes a look at some of the key announcements and how the figures add-up for your sector.
Forfeiture of a long residential lease is such a draconian step that consent order conditions may be varied.
The owner appealed a decision that a lender with defective security was entitled, through subrogation, to an unpaid vendor’s lien over a property on the basis that the owner had been unjustly enriched at the lender’s expense.
The Housing and Planning Bill 2015-16 includes measures to give LHAs powers to ban rogue landlords and give landlords rights to recover possession.
On 1 April 2015, an estimated 5,000 private landlords across Liverpool were affected by the implementation of a city-wide selective licensing scheme.
An article documenting the extent of ownership of British Land through offshore entities, shows just how far there is to go to improve UK corporate transparency...
Boost for housing supply but scarce employment space will be lost.
Real estate: overvaluation and loss download
Limitation in negligent overvaluation claims brought by banks.
Laws are in place to put consumer protection first – and consumers know it.
Justin Coley shares his observations arising from the amended forms N120 (Particulars of Claim for mortgaged residential premises) and N123 (Mortgage pre-action protocol checklist).
In Cowling v Worcester Community Housing Ltd, errors by the court have left a tenant in difficulties in a recent residential service charge challenge.
Notices served in the first four months of an assured shorthold tenancy will be invalid, and other changes...
Nudist chalet: fixture or chattel? download
Case confirms importance of the principles of annexation in the question of what has become part of the real estate.
Cybercrime and conveyancing download
The latest pools in which fraudsters have decided to phish are the email accounts of real estate conveyancing solicitors...
A recent decision from the Court of Appeal provides some much needed clarity in what is currently an area rife with disputes. Housing litigation expert Karl Anders explains.
Obtaining relief from forfeiture in the face of seemingly flagrant breaches has hit the headlines more than once in recent weeks.
Also: the battle of the basements; and more.
Lenders making lease payments download
Numerous complaints to the Financial Ombudsman Service.
Conscionable correction for lenders download
Is a mortgage wrongly discharged by lender capable of being rectified by court order?
Bad bargain for beneficiaries download
A legal principle dating back to 1895 can bite when deals based on trust, often made between friends, go bad.