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Landlord, Tennant and Property News

What is a ‘Residential Unit’? High Court RulesDecember 29, 2014

A couple who made £13 million by selling their land for residential development are in line for a further very substantial sum after the High...

Apartment Block Tenants Face £20 Million Bill for FreeholdDecember 16, 2014

The Central London residential property market is known to have risen to dizzying heights over the last few years, which has led to the victory...

Restriction on Goods Sold Breaches Competition LawDecember 4, 2014

It is not uncommon for a landlord to want to preserve a 'balance' among the tenants trading in a commercial development and therefore to restrict...

New Lease Denied for Tenant Who Breached TermsNovember 25, 2014

When an unsatisfactory tenant applied to extend the lease on the shop and house premises she rented, the landlord wished to terminate it instead and...

Landlord Has Limited Liability for Nuisance of TenantNovember 21, 2014

When a tenant causes a nuisance to other tenants or to people nearby, the tenant is obviously the person responsible for the nuisance. However, can the...

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