14th April 2023
Residential Possession: Is my Section 21 Notice Valid?
A notice pursuant to Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 (as amended) is most commonly known as a Section 21 notice (but may also be referred to…
5th April 2023
How to Rent Guide (March 2023): What Does this Mean For You As a Landlord or Letting Agent?
Following a postponed release date, the March 2023 version of the How to Rent guide was released on 24 March 2023. The How to Rent guide makes up…
1st March 2023
Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Amendment) Regulations 2022: What Changes have Been Made?
On 1 October 2022, the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Amendment) Regulations 2022 (“the 2022 Regulations”) came into force. This statute amends the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm…
24th February 2023
The Supreme Court rules that Tate Modern viewing platform invades the privacy of NEO Bankside flats
After six years of legal battle, the Supreme Court have ruled that Tate Modern are liable in ‘nuisance’ caused to the residents of the luxurious flats, Neo Bankside.…
19th January 2023
William and Harry, and your land
If you have ever purchased a house then you will know that after the sale of land the purchaser must be registered at HM Land Registry as its…
19th December 2022
Economic Crime Act – Registration of Overseas Entities
Registration of Overseas Entities (ROE) has been introduced by Part 1 of the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 (ECTEA 2022) and the Register of Overseas Entities…
7th November 2022
Changes proposed by the Renters’ Reform Bill
The Bank of England has just raised its interest rate to 3% from 2.25%, the highest point since 2008. In so doing it also warned of a prolonged…
13th October 2022
Commercial rent recovery – what powers do landlords possess?
When commercial tenants put rent on the backburner, it’s often a result of cash flow problems which can leave commercial landlords seriously out of pocket. There are stringent…
7th October 2022
Landlords! This is your six-month warning!
The current legal requirement for commercial lettings is that your building must have an EPC rating of at least an “E” if you intend to grant a new…
27th May 2022
Commercial Premises – the Post Pandemic Position
As many businesses fall back into the swing of the 'new normal', a concern for some operating from rented premises may be dealing with arrears accrued during the…