Landlord, Tennant and Property Articles

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Landlord, Tennant and Property News

Oral Contract Requires Court Hearing to EnforceJanuary 13, 2016

Contracts which are not in writing, although legally valid, are very often the subject matter of disputes, because the parties' recollections of what was agreed...

What is a Reasonable Period?January 7, 2016

Things seldom run smoothly in property developments, and where the intention is to offer sales off plan, it is important to ensure that the contract...

Residential Landlords – Legal Formalities Matter!December 1, 2015

Managing residential property is a legally complex task and is not for amateurs. In one case which proved the point, benevolent landlords found themselves having...

Property Developers Rue Absence of Formal ContractsNovember 12, 2015

Entering into a contract without legal advice is hardly ever a good idea, as two property developers found after alleged joint venture agreements unravelled and...

Environmental Impact Procedures: No Shortcuts Allowed, Rules CourtOctober 26, 2015

When a proposal for a development that included a lorry park and two silos was made that had the potential to lead to pollution of...

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