party wall disputes
5.10.2021 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Buying a property where a Party...

Buying a property can already be a stressful process but finding out that the vendor has been served with a...

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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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26.6.2021 | Shilpa Mathuradas

The Risks Of Buying Properties Off...

The Daily Mail reported recently that 300 families a week are having to move into shoddy newly built homes. Not all...

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24.12.2020 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Is Overlooking a Nuisance? Supreme Court...

Is overlooking a nuisance? The Neo Bankside residents granted permission to go to the Supreme Court In February 2020 the Court...

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9.12.2020 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Business eviction ban extended

The Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick announced today (9th December 2020) that business owners affected by the pandemic will have protection from...

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7.8.2020 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Property Litigation lawyer, Shilpa Mathuradas quoted...

House buyers and sellers should be wary of ‘too good to be true’ property raffles Shilpa Mathuradas, Head of Property...

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7.8.2020 | Shilpa Mathuradas

House buyers and sellers should be...

Property raffles are a legal minefield and many are too good to be true, according to a leading lawyer. There...

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20.5.2020 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Frustration and Force Majeure – Does COVID-19...

In these unprecedented times, many business owners may be wondering if there is any way that they can cancel or...

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11.10.2019 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Government eviction reforms “risk increasing delays”

Government plans to end so-called ‘no fault’ evictions – and at the same time expand what amounts to a good reason...

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12.8.2019 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Basement developments- How to fight back

Basement developments are growing ever more popular, particularly in wealthy London boroughs, leaving homeowners fearful that neighbours’ excavation projects will...

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