Residential Property Articles

Guide to Law on Squatting in Residential Premises

After carrying out an extensive consultation exercise, which closed in October 2011, squatting in residential properties has now become a criminal offence. Criminal squatting occurs when: ...

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...

Guide to Law on Squatting in Residential Premises

After carrying out an extensive consultation exercise, which closed in October 2011, squatting in residential properties has now become a criminal offence. Criminal squatting occurs when: ...

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Residential Property News

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...

Failure to Prove Trust Relationship Stymies Effort to Block Sale of PropertyDecember 8, 2016

A surprising number of cases are brought to court each year in which allegations are made that the true ownership of an asset is something...

Failure to Prove Trust Relationship Stymies Effort to Block Sale of PropertyDecember 8, 2016

A surprising number of cases are brought to court each year in which allegations are made that the true ownership of an asset is something...

Right to Daylight Confirmed by High CourtNovember 21, 2016

The law relating to the right to daylight is more complicated than one would think, bearing in mind that there is, in principle, a general...

Right to Daylight Confirmed by High CourtNovember 21, 2016

The law relating to the right to daylight is more complicated than one would think, bearing in mind that there is, in principle, a general...

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