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Off-plan purchasing and investing
This case highlights two issues that are relevant to ‘off-plan’ purchasers and investors; what happens…
Dispute resolution in S106 Agreements
Section 106 Agreements have long been used by councils to secure funding for the extra…
Does being appointed as an executor mean you have to act?
An executor (also known as an Administrator) is a person responsible for dealing with the…
A recent High Court decision may provide assistance to businesses seeking to enforce compliance with…
What happens if a seller is economical with the truth?
When selling a property, whether residential or commercial, sellers have to provide replies to enquiries….
Landlord and tenant and protection from eviction – getting it right
As a landlord, it can be very frustrating seeing your property being occupied by a…
Making a Claim for Medical/Clinical Negligence
Making a claim for medical/clinical negligence can be a stressful and challenging time. As one…
Adverse Possession – the dangers for landowners
You own some land which is not registered at the Land Registry, as you have…
Eviction of anti-social tenants
For anyone who doubts the ability of housing associations and other housing providers to use…
When actions are taken to manage a flood and damage to crops occurs as a result, who does a farmer claim against?
A recent case before the Land Tribunal (Robert Lindley Ltd v East Riding of Yorkshire…