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20Feb2018
Charges must be reasonable to be reasonably incurred

Charges must be reasonable to be reasonably incurred

Leases relating to tenancies in flats normally require tenants to contribute towards 'estate' costs.

19Feb2018
Property rights disagreement ends up in court

Property rights disagreement ends up in court

Property rights are often a common source of strife, as recent High Court case demonstrates.

16Feb2018
Onerous leasehold terms to be banned

Onerous leasehold terms to be banned

Legislation will be brought forward to stop sale of leaseholds over new-build houses or existing freehold houses.

15Feb2018
Service standards must be appropriate for properties

Service standards must be appropriate for properties

A dispute between freehold flat owners arose over cuts to concierge service in a recent case.

15Feb2018
Insure you are covered

Insure you are covered

Jonothan Moss has noticed a growing number of clients being prosecuted for using a motor vehicle without insurance.

24Jan2018
Is disqualification from driving inevitable with 12 penalty points?

Is disqualification from driving inevitable with 12 penalty points?

Jonothan Moss is often asked whether the accumulation of 12 points leads to a disqualification from driving. 

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