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Articles under Residential property
Date: 17 Feb 2014
A homeowner is forced to pay more than £17,000 in damages after her hedge damaged the foundations of her neighbour's home.
Date: 10 Feb 2014
Flat dwellers' hopes of acquiring the right to manage (RMT) their building were almost halted by the exclusion of three critical letters
Date: 10 Feb 2014
A decision by the Upper Tribunal to not remove a long standing covenant, ends dispute between landlord and leaseholder.
Date: 07 Feb 2014
Homeowners may be breathing a sigh of relief following the widely publicised reports that ‘chancel repair liability’ (CRL) must now be registered to be effective – but the risk still remains for some.
Date: 06 Feb 2014
A new tenancy created after an assured shorthold tenancy reaches the end of its term can have implications for the landlord.
Date: 04 Feb 2014
Traditionally, Spring is one of the most popular times of the year for moving home and, with property prices set to increase by between 4% and 8% during 2014, if change is on your agenda, now is a good time to start planning ahead.
Date: 03 Feb 2014
On 1 February, Chris Hardy took over as senior partner, succeeding into a role which was charismatically filled by David Stanning for the last five years. Insight’s editor spoke to Chris about his plans and aspirations for the business.
Date: 12 Nov 2013
A woman who paid £100,000 for the lease of a seaside flat was caught entirely unawares when a possession order was made against her.
Date: 11 Nov 2013
Holiday chalet tenants who could end up paying their landlord more than a million pounds annually have failed in a Court of Appeal bid to escape from their catastrophically bad bargain.
Date: 06 Nov 2013
A recent ruling (Paratus AMC Ltd. v Fosuhene) by the Court of Appeal opened the way for the eviction of a mother and her two children after it found that they had no more rights than common trespassers.