Peter Reekie comments on what began as a neighbour dispute over a gas meter - Dickinson v Casillas  EWCA Civ 1254.
Peter Farrington, vice president of the Association of British Investigators, explains how private investigators can be a valuable asset for a solicitor dealing with possession proceedings, and gives some tips on building an effective working relationship.
Peter Reekie comments on NRAM v Evans  EWCA Civ 1013.
In Gore v Naheed  EWCA Civ 369, Peter Reekie looks at how additional land may benefit from an easement.
I act for a client who owns two buy-to-let residential properties. Given the growth of conveyancing fraud in recent years, what advice can I give to try and protect my client from becoming a victim of fraud?
In TGC Pubs Ltd  EWHC 772 (Ch), the High Court considered whether a letter given to the landlord constituted the grant of an option to purchase, as required by the lease and whether a subsequent request to assign had been properly made.
Daniel Fitzpatrick, partner at Hodge Jones & Allen, discusses the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017.
Eason and another v Wong  EWHC 209 (Ch) – under certain circumstances a lien is applicable to a buyer’s deposits, making them a secured creditor, when a seller liquidates.
Peter Rodd has been leading our series of fraud and cybersecurity seminars taking place until the end of June. Here, he shares a real-life example of mortgage fraud and the warning signs that the conveyancer failed to spot.
Peter Reekie looks at the recent case of Vivienne Westwood Ltd v Conduit Street Development Ltd  EWHC 350 (Ch).