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The law governing landlord and tenant relationships and other property issues is varied and complex.

This area of our Surveyors’ Refresher contains guidance on some of the common topics we are regularly asked about, including agricultural tenancies, dealing with the removal of squatters and when to use the headings “without prejudice” and “subject to contract” in communications.

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Property Patter: Just how protected are Rent Act and Assured Tenants?

Landlords of residential property can still come across Rent Act and Assured Tenancies.

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Property Patter: the tactics of settlement offers

What impact can settlement offers have on costs?

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Property Patter: the basics of settlement offers

Settlement offers are often a sensible route for trying to settle disputes.

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FAQs on the Electronic Communications Code

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Without prejudice and subject to contract

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An introduction to Agricultural Tenancies and Notices to Terminate

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Rent Reviews: Frequently Asked Questions

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A Guide to Recovering Possession from Squatters and Travellers

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Property Patter: Agricultural Tenancies

Our latest podcast looks at the ongoing need for housing and the role of greenfield sites.

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Property Patter: Removing Trespassers

In the sixth episode of our series, we look at the removal of trespassers from property.

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Property Patter: Subject to Contract and Without Prejudice

The second episode of Property Patter, looks at the labels Subject to Contract and Without Prejudice.

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