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By Eamonn Daly
Taxes are one of life's few certainties as, increasingly, are arguments over whether the system has become too complex for its own good, belying one of its simple objectives...
By Sarah Beer
Last year, a legislative amendment designed to solve an anomaly whereby tenants with unprotected, or minor, tenancies receive less ‘disturbance' compensation under a CPO than either licensees or tenants with protected tenancies has, for HS2 compensation claimants, ended up creating a two-tier compensation system.
By Tina Chander
Following The Supreme Court's ruling in Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust v Haywood that the claimant's notice period started on the day she read the letter of redundancy ...
By Tara Goodwin
It can be difficult to get onto the property ladder and therefore many people decide to purchase a property with a friend, rather than spending money on rent.
By John Gregory
Since 1 June 2018 applications can be made to local planning authorities for "Permission in Principle" (PiP) for minor, housing-led developments
By Ellie Crofts
Wright Hassall acted for a residential landlord in carrying out a major works consultation under Section 20 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985.
By Michael Goldfinch
A recent judgment given by the High Court earlier this year comes as a stark reminder of the difference between a lease and a licence with significant detriment to the landowner.
By David Slade
As with any major purchase, the devil is in the detail when it comes to investing in commercial property. For the prospective purchaser, thorough pre-purchase investigations will pay dividends several times over.
By Matthew Goodwin
Financial planning of one's affairs usually takes place over a number of years, revisiting investments, considering tax relief, and possibly transferring from one pension scheme to another.
By Dawn Reynolds
These rights provide for access to homes and facilities.
By John Gregory, Rebecca Mushing
The Community Infrastructure Regulations 2010 were introduced with the aim of providing a fairer, faster and more transparent system, and reducing reliance on Section 106 planning obligations...
By Gemma Carson
Buying and selling houses can be stressful enough, but what happens if you discover that the seller was a fraudster after your solicitor has already handed over the purchase monies?
By Alexandra Robinson
The new Farming Rules for Water came into force on 2 April. Designed to prevent diffuse water pollution under the Water Framework Directive, there are eight rules governing the management of manure...
By Michael Davis, Sarah Beer
It is generally accepted that one of the driving forces behind the majority vote for Brexit was the need to halt unlimited freedom of movement and its path to permanent residence for EEA nationals.
By Dawn Reynolds
If you have diversified your farm income by converting any of your outbuildings for commercial rent, are you aware that new minimum energy efficiency standards announced last year came into force in April 2018?
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