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Airbnb And Guernsey Property Law: What Homeowners And Tenants Need To Know
Reports in the media suggest there has been a large increase in the number of properties in the Island listed with online agents, with an increase of some 500% in the past four years.
Guernsey
11 Jul 2019
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Get Your Landlord On Board Before You Diversify: Advice For Guernsey Retailers
I run a retail business but trade has not been good recently. Can I let someone run a small coffee bar in the shop to try to attract more customers?
Guernsey
18 Mar 2019
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Considerations For Guernsey Commercial Tenants
In addition to the rent, you will probably have to pay your own utilities, refuse collection and refund the landlord the cost (or a proportion of the cost)
Guernsey
7 Mar 2019
4
Sub-Letting Commercial Premises In Guernsey – Potential Pitfalls For Tenants
We have been in our premises for a while now and have some spare space that we aren't going to need. Can we rent it out to someone else?
Guernsey
26 Feb 2019
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Making Alterations To Rented Business Premises In Guernsey
I want to carry out fitting-out works to my business premises but my landlords say I will have to remove them when my lease expires.
Guernsey
20 Feb 2019
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Plans For Guernsey Deposit Protection Scheme To Be Laid Out Before The End Of The Year
It was announced today (24 August 2018) that Environment & Infrastructure expect to set out plans for a new deposit protection scheme before the end of the year.
Guernsey
2 Sep 2018
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Tenancy Deposits In Jersey- 20/01/2017
With effect from 2 November 2015 residential leases in Jersey are subject to the residential tenancy deposit scheme (the "Scheme").
Guernsey
25 Jan 2017
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The Extent Of Implication - Break Clauses And Reimbursement Of Rent In Commercial Leases
The recent decision of the Supreme Court of England and Wales poses important points to be considered by commercial landlords, tenants and agents...
Guernsey
9 May 2016
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Arbitration: A Case Of Procedural Irregularity And Wasted Costs
Guernsey continues to see a steady stream of disputes being referred to arbitration as an alternative method of dispute resolution.
Guernsey
8 Mar 2016
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Landlords - Less Than 2 Weeks To Protect Your Deposit
If you are a landlord who likes to sit back, relax and watch rental income flow into your bank accounts, beware!
Guernsey
17 Jun 2015
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A Renter’s Guide To Taking On A Property
You've found a property to rent and you are one step closer to becoming a tenant.
Guernsey
9 May 2012
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The Population Policy Group ("PPG") Report - Effect On The Open Market
The States of Guernsey’s Population Policy Group have completed their initial deliberations into the creation of a legal and administrative framework for a population management regime in Guernsey.
Guernsey
22 Dec 2011
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Creating A Racket...?
The case of Lawrence v Fen Tigers Limited confirmed that there is no defence in a claim for nuisance that the claimant moved to a property already affected by the nuisance.
Guernsey
14 Nov 2011
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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Occupiers’ Liability Can Be Something Quite Atrocious
The recent case of Ruth Geary, who took the decision to slide down a particularly impressive banister in a manner similar to that of Mary Poppins, and the ensuing claim made by her against the owner of the building for the substantial injuries she suffered when she fell, acts as a useful reminder to all landowners to be aware of their liability to visitors.
Guernsey
14 Nov 2011
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Tenancy Deposit Schemes – The Pitfalls For Non-UK Resident Landlords
Tenancy Deposit Schemes (“TDS”) have been devised under the Housing Act 2004 to safeguard tenancy deposits paid in connection with assured shorthold tenancies and to assist in the resolution of disputes arising in connection with the refund of tenancy deposits.
Guernsey
30 Mar 2009
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