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The Court of Appeal has held that a landlord will not be prevented from evicting a tenant where a gas safety certificate has not been provided...
Rollits LLP
In my previous article upon the Coronavirus Act 2020, I discussed the newly introduced restrictions on the ability of landlords to recover possession of rented and commercial properties.
Rollits LLP
In my previous articles issued on 1 April 2020 and 7 April 2020 I discussed the impact that the Coronavirus had had on Winding Up Hearings, and how the Court was embracing and utilizing...
Rollits LLP
On 16 October 2019 a developer was fined £300,000 after deliberately removing a 176 year-old giant redwood tree, in addition to 69 other protected trees, in Swansea and on 31 December 2019...
Anthony Gold
Anthony Gold Solicitors have been instructed by residents of Desmond House in Barnet to bring legal proceedings against their landlord, Metropolitan Thames Valley...
Rollits LLP
The community infrastructure levy ("CIL"), which was first introduced by the Planning Act 2008, is now being implemented by many local planning authorities both regionally and nationally.
Rollits LLP
In my previous articles published at the end of March 2020 and April 2020, I explained the measures which had been introduced in response to Coronavirus insofar as they applied to rented property.
Anthony Gold
On Thursday 19th of June Simon Clarke MP, Minister for Regional Growth and Local Government published a Code of Practice for Commercial Property.
Anthony Gold
This is part 2 of a 3-part series exploring how the Tenant Fees Act 2019 provisions apply to tenancies from 1 June 2020.
Walker Morris
As the UK continues to tackle the challenges caused by the spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19, Walker Morris continue to receive a number of enquiries from landlord and tenant clients as to how...
Mayer Brown
There are guarantees, and there are on demand bonds, but how do you tell the difference?
Foot Anstey Solicitors
Just days before the June quarter day, the government has published the "Code of Practice for commercial property relationships during the COVID-19 pandemic"...
Foot Anstey Solicitors
Many land owners ask the question whether they can put a gate across their land when a third party has a right of way over that land.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Further emergency measures are to be introduced to protect tenants from landlords 'aggressively' pursuing rent arrears.
Foot Anstey Solicitors
A Savills report mentions that in the next 10 years the proportion of homes built using modern methods of construction (MMC)
Brabners LLP
The March quarter day (25 March) fell just days into the early chaos of national lockdown, resulting in widespread non-payment of rent.
Mayer Brown
The UK government has confirmed today that it will be renewing the package of measures it introduced for tenants in the commercial property sector unable to pay their rent due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Butcher & Barlow
No-one can have failed to notice that the Government's advice to exercise social distancing and not visit restaurants, bars and other leisure venues, has had an immediate economic impact for....
Butcher & Barlow
Many commercial leases will contain a contractual right for either the tenant, or sometimes the landlord, to break the lease prior to the end of its contractual term if certain conditions are met.
Butcher & Barlow
A landlord and tenant can agree in the Heads of Term to a provision allowing the lease to be brought to an end part way through the term – a ‘Break Clause'.
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