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Court of Appeal Decision has Highlighted the Issues Faced in Joint Party Property Agreements

Friday, 03 June 2016

In 2005, Dr Laditi signed a purchase agreement for an apartment at the Park Plaza Hotel in Westminster. He signed the contract in his own name and on behalf of his wife without her authority


Articles & Blogs Real Estate

Court of Appeal Upholds Reduced Affordable Housing Contributions from Small Sites

Friday, 13 May 2016

The Court of Appeal has found in favour of the Secretary of State and overturned the High Court judgement in West Berkshire & another v Secretary of State


Articles & Blogs Charities Coronavirus (Covid-19) Real Estate

Making Premises COVID-Secure - What Should Charities Consider?

Wednesday, 29 July 2020

What are some of the practical considerations from a landlord/tenant perspective that charities should bear in mind when assessing whether their premises are COVID-secure?

Making Premises Covid-Secure - What Should Charities Consider?

Articles & Blogs Coronavirus (Covid-19) Real Estate

New Business Rates to Combat Economic Impact of Coronavirus

Thursday, 23 April 2020

The government has announced major changes to business rates in a reaction to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

New Business Rates to Combat Economic Impact of Coronavirus

Articles & Blogs Property Litigation Real Estate

Steps that landowners can take to prevent others from acquiring rights over their land

Friday, 27 May 2016

The case concerned a private car park, which had been used since 1987 by visitors to the neighbouring fish and chip shop. In 2012 the owners of the car park blocked vehicular access


Articles & Blogs Charities Coronavirus (Covid-19) Real Estate

What Can Charity Tenants Do If They No Longer Need Their Premises?

Wednesday, 29 July 2020

The Government's announcement may prompt charity tenants to re-evaluate their property needs and ask themselves whether they need the expensive office space they once occupied.

What Can Charity Tenants Do If They No Longer Need Their Premises?