london property
9.6.2022 | James Mayall

Trusts of Land

What are trusts of land? Property ownership is not always a straightforward legal issue, particularly where the parties are cohabitees...

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right to light
8.6.2022 | James Mayall

Right to Light Law

Right to Light Law in the UK Property owners have a legal right to light as set out in the...

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flats in a london street
8.6.2022 | James Mayall

Landlords and the Dangers of Rent-to-Rent

Rent-to-Rent refers to the practice of landlords letting a whole property to a tenant (usually a limited company), which is...

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30.5.2022 | Shilpa Mathuradas

The uncertainties of beginning a building project now

The construction industry is seeing a perfect storm at the moment with labour shortages following Brexit and material costs which...

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6.4.2022 | Shilpa Mathuradas

The End of Ground Rents

The Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022 It has been confirmed that The Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022 will come into...

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26.11.2021 | Shilpa Mathuradas

The new Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill

On the 9th November 2021 the Government announced the new draft Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill. It is proposed that a new...

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9.11.2021 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Can I still claim adverse possession?

The principle of “adverse possession” commonly known as “squatters rights” is a principle which allows a person who does not...

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party wall disputes
5.10.2021 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Buying a property where a Party Wall Award...

Buying a house with a party wall agreement Buying a property can already be a stressful process but finding out...

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1.10.2021 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Commercial rent arrears options post-Covid

Whilst we are reminded every day that Covid is very much still with us and that the public should still...

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flats in london
28.9.2021 | Guy Osborn

Step by Step Guide to Extending your Lease

If the lease on your flat is getting short – under 80 years is the key age of a lease – don’t...

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