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Date: 18 Jun 2015

The potential “hidden” costs of property rentals

News that landlords may pursue claim against Foxtons prompts warning to Bucks landlords and tenants.

Date: 17 Jun 2015

The only place to park: residents complain about Grayson Perry house visitors

Grayson Perry's Essex “dream house” created headlines – and a parking headache for some local residents.

Date: 12 Jun 2015

‘Right to rent’ scheme to be extended

Home Office intention to carry out phased introduction nationwide of the 'right to rent' scheme.

Date: 11 Jun 2015

Bank pays for broken promise

Property developer whose bank refused to finance his plans to build a luxury home will get his money back.

Date: 10 Jun 2015

Deposit row leads to High Court libel action

A dispute concerning a residential deposit led to a full-blown High Court libel action.

Date: 09 Jun 2015

Third party service charge apportionment ruled invalid

Recent case highlights that leases must be drafted to ensure compliance with a landlord's legal responsibility.

Date: 26 Apr 2015

Thinking about investing in buy-to-let?

Mike Wragg looks at just some of the legal implications of the increasingly popular buy-to-let market.

Date: 10 Mar 2015

Sharing the family home with the older generation

Life expectancy is increasing all the time and while that may be applauded by many, for others it brings a headache in where to live.

Date: 17 Feb 2015

Landlords and letting agents should move in on tenancy deposit protection

In light of the recent Charalambous Court of Appeal case, it is crucial that landlords take action to safeguard their tenancy deposits when dealing with Assured Shorthold Tenancies.

Date: 16 Feb 2015

What is a ‘residential unit’? High Court rules

A couple who made £13 million by selling their land for residential development are in line for a further very substantial sum after the High Court interpreted in their favour a contractual term which entitled them to additional payments