All Property articles – Page 4

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    Feature

    A question of proportion

    2021-09-21T14:38:00Z

    Phil Parkinson and Katie Edwards look at the issues surrounding apportioning service charges – an area that continues to create contention and confusion for property practitioners

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    Feature

    Short notice

    2021-09-21T14:38:00Z

    The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a range of restrictions on the eviction of tenants which have been subject to change at short notice. David Smith looks at the current situation

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    Feature

    Moving target

    2021-09-21T14:38:00Z

    Phil Nicklin examines the government’s proposals for a residential property developer tax and the impact it may have on the property sector

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    Feature

    Suspicious minds

    2021-09-21T14:38:00Z

    Keeping abreast of possible anti-money laundering breaches is more important than ever. Rebecca Atkinson explains what activities should be considered suspicious

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    Feature

    From the ground up

    2021-09-21T14:38:00Z

    Matthew Weal discusses whether the government’s proposed leasehold reforms are a welcome development or just not fit for purpose

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    Feature

    Talent contest

    2021-09-21T14:38:00Z

    Recently, property firms have been busier than ever and due to a mixture of factors, good staff are more difficult to recruit. Julie Harrison outlines the key issues and how firms can attract and retain talent

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    Feature

    The next frontier

    2021-09-21T14:37:00Z

    A new model for serviced offices differs sharply from the traditional lease and landlord and tenant relationship. Sophie Henwood and Hugo Brown explain the evolution of work space

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    Feature

    Escape to the country

    2021-09-21T14:37:00Z

    In the second of a two-part series, Julie and Fred Butler provide a beginner’s guide for conveyancers to some of the key tax issues relating to agricultural property

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    Feature

    Building blocks

    2021-09-21T14:37:00Z

    Matthew Hearsum reviews the law relating to party walls and how the Party Wall etc Act 1996 applies to conveyancing transactions

  • Peter Rodd
    Feature

    Advance information

    2021-09-21T14:37:00Z

    With the recent flurry of property sales, Peter Rodd considers what prospective buyers should know before making an offer? 

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    News

    Voting is now open for Council seats in contested constituencies

    2021-09-21T12:10:00Z

    The polls for Council elections have now opened in contested constituencies, including commercial property, where members will be invited to elect their Council representatives.

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    News

    Survey: Women in leadership in law – compensation and benefits

    2021-09-15T08:13:00Z

    Take part in an anonymous survey to help Thomson Reuters investigate market trends in the role of compensation and women in leadership.

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    Feature

    Hybrid client care

    2021-09-14T14:54:00Z

    Nikki Shorto, licensed conveyancer at MJP Law, makes a case for hybrid client care by using law tech innovations to deliver a personalised service for clients.

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    Feature

    Digital identities: is your firm ready?

    2021-09-13T10:48:00Z

    As technology continues to change the way we work, Senior Marketing Manager at InfoTrack, Bronwyn Townsend, reviews how digital ID verification can be adopted in conveyancing.

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    Event

    Webinar: Cladding (OnDemand)

    2021-09-08T13:14:00Z

    Watch Property Section inclusive webinar recording to better understand legislative changes to promote building safety

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    Feature

    Changing rooms

    2021-08-05T11:00:00Z

    With many landlords considering converting commercial premises to residential ones, Nathan Robinson highlights the importance of capital allowances and why both clients and owners of law firm premises should identify any unclaimed expenditure before it’s too late.

  • Hand with pen over bar chart results
    News

    Pulse survey for conveyancing firms

    2021-07-15T12:49:00Z

    Over half (54%) of conveyancing firms reported an increase in the number of residential conveyancing matter starts during January to March 2021 compared to the previous quarter.

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    FAQ

    Library FAQ: Flying freeholds

    2021-07-06T14:58:00Z

    The Law Society Library explains where to find precedents relating to flying freeholds.

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    Analysis

    Rent suspension clauses and business lease renewals

    2021-07-06T10:50:00Z

    Ben Tarrant considers the county court decision of WH Smith Retail Holdings Limited v Commerz Real Investmentgesellshaft MBH (April 2021), the first reported case looking at pandemic rent suspension clauses and business lease renewals.

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    Analysis

    Challenging claims of rent arrears post Covid-19

    2021-06-30T12:44:00Z

    Kate Andrews looks at some novel defences to an application for rents payable under a lease of commercial premises in the case of Commerz Real Investmentgesellschaft mbH v TFS Stores Limited [2021] EWHC 863 (Ch).