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By Charlotte Glasse
A local authority intended to sell land, which had previously been used as a residential education centre for development into housing.
By Campbell Wilson
One of the key terms of the Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (as amended) ...
By Sardeep Gill
The landlord, UBS Assets, entered into an Agreement for Lease with Office Depot in relation to a warehouse in Manchester.
By Hewitsons LLP
People keep parking on the grass verge outside my house. It annoys me and it blocks my view. Can I erect wooden posts on the verge to stop the parking?
By Hewitsons LLP
I am a first time buyer and in order to be able to afford a property my Mum and Dad have offered to help me with paying the deposit.
By Hewitsons LLP
I have built a large brick garage in my garden, but now the local planners say I should have applied for planning permission and I've broken the law.
By Hewitsons LLP
It also issues a code of conduct and deals with any complaints relating to an architect's professional competence.
By Lorna Carter
The matter was heard on appeal in July of this year and the original decision of the TCC was upheld.
By Ben Moorhead
It is clear that the Code continues to improve practice through offering a base upon which organisations can develop good governance.
By Mohammed Husnain Ali
The claimant's bungalow was constructed by a contractor with the benefit of NHBC Buildmark cover.
By Sarah Humble
There are a number of changes that overseas investors need to know about if they hold UK property. The first relates to the introduction of capital gains tax. Unlike many jurisdictions, foreign owners have not had to pay tax on UK property gains.
By Ceri Riddell
The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has announced the publication of their new professional statement, which will supersede the previous three Service Charge Codes.
By Hannah Thorogood
This summer Lionel Messi, one of the highest paid footballers in the world, won a seven year battle to trade mark his own name.
By Alexandra Howard
Theresa May has announced that all couples in England and Wales will be able to choose to have a civil partnership, instead of marriage, after the Supreme Court held it is unlawful that opposite sex couples don't have the same right to choose.
By Stephen Cole
The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has provided some insight into its preparations it is making to take on the role of the UK state aid regulator post-Brexit.