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One out of every five commercial properties in England and Wales will potentially become unlettable overnight when Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards come into force next year.
While we expect further details of NEC4 to be made available in the lead up to the release in June, here is what we understand the key changes to...
The legal effect of varying a lease can sometimes be to destroy the existing lease and bring a completely new lease into being, with unexpected and far-reaching consequences.
Linking lease rents to inflation is an easy and increasingly popular way of ensuring that rental income from commercial property does not lose touch with the market.
The “registration gap” is the period of time between completion of a property transfer and the subsequent registration of the transaction at the Land Registry, and it is becoming...
The first days of January are the perfect time to take stock and set some goals for the year ahead.
Squatters are a growing problem for the North West commercial property sector, due to burgeoning numbers and changes in the law.
If there was a free way to protect your home, your buy-to-lets and your aged relatives' homes from property fraud, you'd use it, right?
The decision to keep the Land Registry within the public sector represents an unlikely volte-face by the Government and a victory for good old-fashioned democracy.
Hill Dickinson look at the latest decision in the case of Grove Developments v Balfour Beatty Regional Construction.