Many landlords and developers will currently be facing significant delays in the performance of their building obligations under agreements for lease.
Coronavirus is likely to have a significant impact on how we use and manage real estate across England and Wales, with serious legal and practical considerations for landlords and...
When considering whether to enforce the termination rights, it is important to consider the practical consequences in doing so.
In today’s modern society, electronic signatures are used in place of handwritten signatures in many different types of transaction. What about property transactions?
Landlords who are developing within the vicinity of a disused burial ground should be aware of the law surrounding the treatment of long buried human remains. The discovery of...
An easement is a right attached to land allowing one landowner’s land rights over another landowner’s land.
A landlord should always be aware that the disrepair element of any dilapidations claim brought against its tenant is subject to, and limited by ‘the statutory cap’.
Conventionally, possession orders are the main method used to evict trespassers. However, the courts are now issuing injunctions to prevent trespass happening before the action has occurred.