Residential Property

Features and opinion

  • Jodie Michael headshot

    Repairing a breach


    Jodie Michael provides an overview of how landlords can act to resolve breach of covenant disputes with leaseholders where this overlaps with a breach of condition

  • Right of way-graphic-600x400

    Private eye


    Disputes over easements are occurring more often. Zoe Upson outlines the risks when advising clients about private rights of way

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    Checking your source

    2023-12-20T10:53:00+00:00Sponsored content

    Harriet Holmes, from our partner Thirdfort, considers source of funds and source of wealth verification for property practitioners

  • Jenny Woodruff

    Feeling flushed?


    Jennifer Woodruff considers the regulations around septic tanks that property practitioners should be aware of when advising clients

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    Rent reforms

    2023-09-18T00:00:00+01:00By and

    The Renters (Reform) Bill is currently making its way through parliament. Matthew Bonye and Shanna Davison of Herbert Smith Freehills consider the proposals for change

  • Tate Modern

    A private function

    2023-09-18T00:00:00+01:00By and

    In February 2023, the Supreme Court held that visual intrusion by the viewing gallery in the Tate Modern’s Blavatnik Building was a private nuisance against those living in a nearby block of flats. Joanna Williams and Joseph Skilton consider the impact of the verdict

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