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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18.7.2019 | Shilpa Mathuradas

New Builds, Poor Standards!

This week’s Dispatches programme looked at allegations of shoddy standards, poor customer care and excessive profits being made by...

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9.7.2019 | Shilpa Mathuradas

EMA Decision: Brexit Does Not Frustrate Property Lease

The EMA’s appeal against the decision of the Order of Mr Justice Smith that Brexit would not frustrate the...

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8.7.2019 | Shilpa Mathuradas

LEASEHOLD REFORM – GOVERNMENT RESPONDS

Last year the government invited views on how they should tackle exploitative practise in the leaseholder sector. They have now...

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10.4.2019 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Tenant Fees Act 2019 – Landlords & Letting Agents be Warned

On 12 February 2019, the Tenant Fees Bill received Royal Assent and comes into effect on the 1 June 2019 The Act prevents landlord...

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23.9.2018 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Licensing for Houses in Multiple Occupation to be...

In an attempt to raise standards for all relevant Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs), changes are afoot and come into...

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17.6.2010 | Shilpa Mathuradas

Tenancy Deposits

Are you a tenant who has entered into an assured shorthold tenancy agreement after the 6th of April 2007? If so,...

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