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Landlord and Tenant: Assured Shorthold Tenancies

23rd March, 2015

The Court of Appeal has held that a landlord was not required to pay a rent deposit in... Read More »

Competition Law And Restrictive Covenants

18th July, 2014

Last year saw the first reported case where a restrictive covenant affecting user was defeated by the provisions... Read More »

Money Laundering : How Estate Agents Can Manage the Risk

14th July, 2014

HMRC supervises estate agents under the Money Laundering Regulations 2007. Guidance was issued on 20 June 2014 as... Read More »

Chester Progressive Property Network

30th May, 2014

The next meeting of Chester’s Progressive Property Network (PPN) is on Tuesday 3rd June, at 6:45pm, in the Tattersall Suite at the spectacular Abode Hotel, overlooking Chester’s famous racecourse. Learn how one member has just used some of his retirement savings to invest in property and increased his return from 2.5% pa to 15% pa by simply following what... Read More »

PLANNING – CHANGE OF USE

10th October, 2013

New Permitted Development Rights Introduced Under The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Amendment) (England) Order 2013... Read More »

SERVICE CHARGES FOR RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES

10th October, 2013

On 6 March 2013, the Supreme Court delivered its judgment in the case of Case of Daejan Investments Ltd v Benson and by a majority overturned the earlier decisions of the Court of Appeal and tribunals. In doing so, it set out some of the key principles to be applied when considering applications for dispensation from statutory consultation... Read More »

HIGH HEDGES

9th October, 2013

High Hedges can block out light to houses and gardens and cause friction between neighbours. There is no common law to reduce the height of a hedge that is growing on land owned by another. Provided an owner has exhausted all other avenues for resolving their hedge dispute, people are now able to take their complaint about a... Read More »

HELP TOWARDS HOME OWNERSHIP

8th October, 2013

LATEST NEWS The Government’s mortgage guarantee scheme is now being rolled out – three months earlier than planned.... Read More »

Squatting in a residential property to become a criminal offence

6th July, 2012

Section 144 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (the “Act”) creates a new... Read More »

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