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The Growing Market For Senior Living Accommodation
The concept of housing specifically aimed at older people has many benefits. Improved quality of life and releasing larger
UK
9 Sep 2019
2
Reinvigorating Commonhold
Suggested response for community-led housing groups on the consultation paper – submissions due by 10 March
UK
8 Mar 2019
3
Purchasing Property With Another Member Of The Family
It is not unusual for property to be co-owned by family members within a farming family, regardless of whether or not those members are actively involved ...
UK
21 Jan 2019
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It's In The Partnership Accounts But Is It Partnership Property?
The recent High Court judgment in Wild v Wild [2018] EWHC 2197 (Ch) confirms that one partner cannot unilaterally cause property to become a partnership asset without the prior agreement or subsequent acceptance of the other partners.
UK
21 Nov 2018
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Succession To Land: No Change To The Legal Rights Regime
The Scottish Government has recently confirmed that it does not intend to legislate to make land in Scotland subject to "legal rights" claims - a decision that is likely to be welcomed by landowners.
UK
6 Nov 2018
6
Can't Prove It? You'll Lose It.
The High Court has issued a judgment dismissing the entirety of the Claimants' claim in a long-running dispute commenced by a pair of property developers against a Judicial Factor to the estate ...
UK
29 Oct 2018
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Changes Overseas Investors In UK Property Need To Know About
There are a number of changes that overseas investors need to know about if they hold UK property. The first relates to the introduction of capital gains tax. Unlike many jurisdictions, foreign owners have not had to pay tax on UK property gains.
UK
12 Oct 2018
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Inheritance Disputes: Maintenance For Life, With Strings
A 66 year old man with disabilities has had his maintenance award confined to a life interest in 50% of his fiancée's estate despite their 20-year relationship.
UK
6 Sep 2018
9
Is The Burden In My Title Still Live?
More often than not, when you purchase a property or a piece of land, it will come with various ‘burdens' on the title.
UK
9 Apr 2018
10
What's Mine Is Mine And What's Yours Is Ours
Rand v Tran is a recent case where a constructive trust was implied due to the common intention of the parties, as evidenced by their respective contributions – Mr Rand was entitled to a 50% ...
UK
21 Feb 2018
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Disgruntled Farmer's Son Fails In Challenges To Will
In the recent case of James v James, a disgruntled farmer's son, left out of his father's will, brought a proprietary estoppel claim and attacked the validity of the will yet failed to gain anything from either challenge.
UK
21 Feb 2018
12
Private Rented Sector: What You Need To Know
You will know that it is a requirement to provide a copy of this to your tenant if the letting is not a social tenancy.
UK
14 Feb 2018
13
What's New In Housing Management?
This was a very long-running case relating to Mrs Ahmed's occupation of a 4 bedroomed property owned by the Council.
UK
13 Feb 2018
14
Private Rented Sector: Have You Taken The Plunge?
Despite the government's best efforts to attract more institutional investors into the residential letting market in order to create a more ‘professional' PRS, it remains dominated by small, buy-to-let landlords.
UK
13 Feb 2018
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Community Rights
This article sets out a summary of the community rights and powers introduced by the Localism Act 2011 and how they can be used by community groups.
UK
9 Feb 2018
16
Don't You Forget (About MEES) - The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard
There's now less than three months to go until the minimum energy efficiency standard (or MEES) comes into force for commercial properties.
UK
9 Feb 2018
17
Meeting Mnimum Energy Efficiency Standards: The Letter Of The Law
From 1 April 2018 it will be unlawful to grant a tenancy of a property with an EPC rating of below E (known as a sub-standard property) unless an exemption applies and has been validly registered. So what are the risks of buying a sub-standard property?
UK
18 Aug 2017
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Consultation On Leasehold Reform: A Wide-Ranging Project
On 25 July 2017 the Department for Communities and Local Government issued a consultation paper "Tackling unfair practices in the leasehold market" seeking views on "prohibiting the sale of new build leasehold houses...
UK
10 Aug 2017
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Business Rates: Hikes And Headaches
Over half a million business occupiers are bracing themselves for a sharp rise in rates when the new valuation list takes effect on 1 April.
UK
7 Apr 2017
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Rating – The Road To Revaluation: Reliefs
Whilst the government argues that the 2017 revaluation ensures that all businesses are getting a fair deal...
UK
27 Mar 2017
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