Supreme Court rejects claim that possession order infringed tenant’s human rights
15 June 2016
Land Registry privatisation opposed by stakeholders
26 May 2016
Timeshare owners take members club to High Court over ‘skimming off’ claims
9 May 2016
28 June 2016
SDLT traps for the unwary
Conor Brindley and Matt O'Brien advise on the fairly innocuous situations that could lead to purchasers paying the new additional rate of stamp...
fraud and errors
Glenda Ferneyhough discusses recent cases considering errors in registrations, negligence costs, event fees, and noise nuisance claims
27 June 2016
Understand new drainage guidance to protect your clients
Sustainable drainage solutions are a clear priority in guidance from planning authorities
20 June 2016
Mortgages and further advances
The lack of authority on tacking further advances should not disguise the potential pitfalls for lenders, write Adam Rosenthal and Greville Healey
2 June 2016
Sustainable drainage: Important new guidance for lawyers
Stuart Pearce examines new drainage guidance and policy that changes the advice lawyers should give to their clients
Conveyancing is moving on with InfoTrack
The services provider allows practitioners to perform all of their key tasks under one roof, simplifying the conveyancing process
Business tenancy renewals: Some further tweaking?
Mark Pawlowski considers whether further reform of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 is needed
A review of landlord and tenant case law
Elizabeth Haggerty provides a refresher on some of the most significant decisions
of the past six months, together with potentially important...
2015: The shape of things to come?
Mark Riddick reflects on an eventful
year in the conveyancing industry
Property fraud: Clear and present danger
Tim Prior advises solicitors on the warning signs to look
out for and the steps to take to minimise the threat
Top of the pop-ups
Alexandra Townsend-Wheeler advises on the legal issues around granting
rights to pop-ups and warns both landlords and tenants not to simply...
Battle for the green belt
The decision in Lee Valley casts some light on provisions of the NPPF regarding when a development can be considered 'appropriate' in...