Property Patter: Love Thy Neighbour - how to deal with boundary disputes
Boundary disputes often involve high levels of stress and costs. The courts have made it clear that they would rather not deal with these types of dispute when their resources are so stretched, but the issues and evidence can be complex.
In this podcast, Emma Humphreys and Emma Preece are joined by Kerry Bretherton QC of Tanfield Chambers to explore whether it is possible to simplify boundary issues between warring parties and how to encourage people to “make love not war” over their boundary differences…!
Planning and Property - Landed Estates and Heritage Property Webinar Series: Part 3
Current planning considerations, how the new Electronic Communications Code is working, and discussing mast apparatus.
Business Interruption, branding and estate based filming - Landed Estates and Heritage Property Webinar Series: Part 2
Business interruption, building and protecting your brand and commercialisation and Estate based filming
David Haines quoted by Estates Gazette on the end to the rent moratorium
The rent moratorium has effectively stopped landlords from evicting occupiers unable to pay rent since the start of the pandemic.
Property Professionals: Spring Budget Announcement
Join us as we discuss the highlights of the recent budget announcement.
Q&A: Terminating a contract – matters of materiality
Megan Davies and Nicholas Grant address a homebuyer’s query over a shrinking master bedroom.
Charles Russell Speechlys advise shareholders of Douglas & Gordon Estate Agents on its sale to Foxtons
Established in 1958, Douglas & Gordon is a London-based, family owned independent estate agent.
Property Patter: The trendy option – FAQs on tenant CVAs
Listen in for the answers to FAQs on tenant Company Voluntary Arrangements
Suzi Gatward quoted by Yahoo News and Law Society Gazette on the stamp duty holiday extension ahead of the Chancellor's Budget
"Extending the holiday would give a boost to the entire property sector, encouraging the continued growth of the housing market."
Property Patter: The last resort – FAQs on tenant liquidation
How does liquidation work?
Charles Russell Speechlys advises TDR Capital LLP and the Issa brothers on the real estate aspects of ASDA acquisition
TDR Capital LLP and the Issa brothers have completed their acquisition of a majority stake in ASDA from Walmart.
Leasehold Reform – The devil is in the detail
Taking a closer look at the Government's announcement in January that makes home purchase easier and cheaper for leaseholders.
Grand designs – Who should take the design risk in an MMC project?
MMC have been touted as a way to tackle costs and inefficiencies within construction, but who takes responsibility for the design ?
A Cautionary Tale of a Brush Too Broad
Definitions, definitions, definitions
Government announces further funding for building safety
Laura Bushaway writes for the Estates Gazette Legal Q&A on the implications of Covid-19 on business interruption policies
Laura Bushaway considers the question: Am I insured for Covid-19?
New tax for UK Residential Developers
Building anxieties: The impact of a possible CGT rate rise on housebuilders
As the March 2021 budget approaches and a potential CGT rate rise, what does it mean for housebuilders?
Property Patter: The “bubble wrap” option – FAQs on tenant administration
The team look at some key points on tenant administration.