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Our Spotlights and Commentary are concise, expert-authored updates giving you the information and guidance you need to address the practical impact of recent case law, legislation and practice developments.
Overlooking the pre-emption rights of the owners of residential flats as set out in the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 (LTA 1987) can be a costly mistake for property owners, warns Peter Reekie.
This recent High Court decision of No 1 West India Quay  EWHC 2438 (Ch) will impact on landlords and tenants in situations where tenants want to assign a lease and a landlord wishes to or has refused consent. Kate Andrews, partner at Hamlins, analyses the judgment in more detail.
The High Court has recently considered the liability of solicitors and estate agents who acted for a fraudulent seller. Peter Reekie explains
Warren Gordon outlines the recent case of P&P Property Limited v (1) Owen White and Catlin LLP (2) Crownvent Limited t/a Winkworth, in which the seller was a fraudster
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This webinar will provide a practical understanding of issues around environmental law as it relates to residential and commercial property transactions.
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Free Land Registry service sends e-alerts of all activity relating to up to 10 properties.
Streamlining money laundering rules, leasehold reform and a big push towards electronic conveyancing identified as priorities by the Conveyancing Association.
The merits of reviewing a licence to alter office premises have been brought into focus by a recent case.