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Adding storeys: is it easy to obtain planning permission?
Adding storeys to an existing building will generally require planning permission and may require other consents.
Conditional contracts and the time of disposal
A look at conditional contracts and the time of disposal.
Buyers beware: even higher stamp duty land tax on purchases of UK residential property
A look at the government's consultation proposing a further increase on SDLT payable on UK residential property.
‘Judge suggests pharmacists won’t be prosecuted under shortage powers’
David Reissner discusses a judge’s description of pharmacists' shortages powers as “a parallel system to prescriptions”.
From warehouse to courthouse: when delay may amount to abuse of process
Claire Greaney considers the decision of Asturion as well as when delay amounts to an abuse of process and how to "pause proceedings".
Compensation for failure to provide rest breaks extends to personal injury payments
Remedies in UK employment law are generally limited to actual financial losses.
The Tenant Fees Act 2019 Landlords Take Note: The Government is Cracking Down on Letting Fees
The Act will have a huge financial impact on landlords' right across the residential sector.