Residential Property Articles

How Do We Set Up a Commonhold?

Commonholds are a relatively new way of holding property and will be attractive to some flat owners who wish to take the ownership and management...

How Do We Set Up a Commonhold?

Commonholds are a relatively new way of holding property and will be attractive to some flat owners who wish to take the ownership and management...

Leaseholders’ Right to Manage

Since 2003 qualifying leaseholders have had the right to take over the management of their block of flats from their landlord, under provisions made under...

Leaseholders’ Right to Manage

Since 2003 qualifying leaseholders have had the right to take over the management of their block of flats from their landlord, under provisions made under...

Accessing Your Own Land

Prior to the introduction of revised procedures (set out in regulations under Section 68 of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000, which came...

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Residential Property News

Short-Term Property Rentals – Points to NoteJanuary 18, 2017

The rise and rise of Airbnb and similar online community marketplaces that allow property owners to rent out their properties on short-term lets has led...

Selling Property? Once Contracts Are Exchanged You Must CompleteJanuary 10, 2017

Every property seller should be aware that, once contracts are exchanged, there is a strict obligation to complete the deal. One woman who failed to...

Selling Property? Once Contracts Are Exchanged You Must CompleteJanuary 10, 2017

Every property seller should be aware that, once contracts are exchanged, there is a strict obligation to complete the deal. One woman who failed to...

Tenacious House Owner Wins £320,000 Following Compulsory PurchaseDecember 22, 2016

Property rights are strongly protected under English law and those who have their land compulsorily purchased by public authorities are entitled to full compensation. In...

Tenacious House Owner Wins £320,000 Following Compulsory PurchaseDecember 22, 2016

Property rights are strongly protected under English law and those who have their land compulsorily purchased by public authorities are entitled to full compensation. In...

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