2016

17 November 2016

Development Q&A

We are looking to acquire a site for development, but part of the land is unregistered. How can we find out who owns it, and what if the person who claims to own the land has lost their title deeds? Ben Brayford answers your questions.

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2 November 2016

Asset Management Q&A

Asset Management Q&A: What impact might the business rates revaluation have on my lease renewal strategies?

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19 October 2016

Applications to assign - How the court says they should be dealt with

In the majority of  lettings, a lease may not be assigned without the prior consent of the landlord. Where this is the case, the Landlord and Tenant Act 1988 imposes a statutory duty on the landlord to respond to the tenant’s application in writing within a reasonable time, and to give consent unless it is reasonable not to.

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12 October 2016

Development Q&A

Development Q&A: Are new mezzanine floors liable for the Community Infrastructure Levy ("CIL")? Laura Parrish answers your questions

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12 September 2016

Development Q&A

Development Q&A: Rights and Section 203 of the Housing and Planning Act 2016, Victoria Towers answer your questions.

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7 September 2016

Setting a high standard

The Upper Tribunal has provided clarification on when costs will be awarded for ‘unreasonable’ behaviour. Sarah Heatley explains

This article first appeared in Property Law Journal (September 2016) and is also available at www.lawjournals.co.uk.

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11 August 2016

Asset Management Q&A

Asset Management Q&A: Business Tenants' Structural or Major Improvements, Jonathan Ross answers your questions.

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23 June 2016

Development Q&A

Development Q&A: Permitted Development Rights and applicable VAT rates, Mrinalini Rajaratnam answers your questions.

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6 June 2016

Top of the pop-ups

Alexandra Townsend-Wheeler advises on the legal issues around granting rights to pop-ups and warns both landlords and tenants not to simply choose the quickest and cheapest way forward because the arrangement is short term.

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25 May 2016

Britel Fund Trustees Limited v B&Q Plc

The recent case of Britel Fund Trustees Limited v B&Q Plc is an unopposed lease renewal case with a favourable outcome for the tenant.

Property Litigation solicitor Dean Monk discusses the facts and findings of this case, and the points for landlords to bear in mind when negotiating lease renewals and making settlement offers.

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20 April 2016

Development Q&A

Development Q&A: Interfering with rights of way, Dean Monk answers your questions.

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24 February 2016

Asset Management Q&A

Asset Management Q&A: Rent increases on 1954 Act renewals, Jonathan Ross answers your questions.

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12 January 2016

Commercial property: The onus is on solicitors

Recent decisions on the overpayment of rent and property search results, as well as changes in Land Registry practice, highlight the importance of the property practitioner’s role, write Anthony Goodmaker, Emilie Hobday, and Miri Stickland.

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