The Law Society has published the latest version of the Code for Completion by Post. It will take effect from 1 May 2019
The City of London Law Society has launched the second edition of its development management agreement (with ancillary asset management services)
The government has asked the Law Commission to review the right to manage (RTM) legislation to make it simpler, quicker and more accessible, particularly for leaseholders. Find out more, including about how to get involved
The Property Section is looking for residential or commercial property practitioners to join our Property Section committee.
What should you do if your client asks you not to mention a possible subsidence issue to their buyer? The Practice Advice Service reviews what you need to consider.
The Commission has announced a series of regional events covering both topics and likely to be of interest to professionals
A change introduced on 1 January 2019, makes significant changes to lease accounting for affected commercial tenants, which is likely to influence the length of leases taken by tenants in future and impact tenants’ earnings and liabilities, with consequential effect on covenant tests
The Law Commission has published its consultation paper on commonhold reform: ‘Reinvigorating commonhold: the alternative to leasehold ownership’. The consultation period is open until 10 March 2019 .
Problems in the leasehold system have needed fixing for a long time. The Law Society has offered solutions on reforming the leasehold system in its response to a government consultation.
The Law Society has announced the relaunch of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme. Changes will start taking effect from 2019. What will the changes mean in practice?