Renting a property - Tenant Fees Bill

Tenant Fees Bill The Tenant Fees Bill (‘the Bill’) is due to become law on 1 June 2019. The aim of the Bill is to reduce the number of costs and charges that tenants face when renting a property. The Bill is being introduced to ban the...

Residential Conveyancing - will indemnity insurance provide a cure or a headache?

Buying a property - will indemnity insurance provide a cure or a headache? Why have indemnity insurance? In recent years, indemnity insurance has become a common feature of the residential conveyancing process.  Indemnity policies have become...

What use is a use class?

What use is a use class? The use of properties in England and Wales is authorised by planning legislation which by and large hasn’t been updated since 1987. At a time when the high street is struggling, and operators are expected to be all things to...

The Law Commission Consultation on Leasehold Reform - does it affect you?

The Law Commission Consultation on Leasehold Reform – does it affect you? The laws that entitle leaseholders to buy the freehold to their flats or houses or to extend those leases are complicated and often very expensive and time...
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