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Continue But With Compensation
A right to light is an easement and a private property right. It gives the beneficiary a right to light through an aperture ...
UK
20 Apr 2018
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A Global Perspective On Commercial Lease Covenants
The UK's real estate market attracts significant levels of investment from across the world, and many global corporate occupiers.
UK
21 Mar 2018
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The Growth Of The Serviced Office
A change in the way we work, ever-improving technology and a shift in workplace culture are just some of the key drivers in changing the way we do business faster than ever before.
UK
7 Mar 2018
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Before You Begin: Pre-Commencement Planning Conditions
Pre-commencement conditions are powerful things: unless they are satisfied, then any works done to implement a planning consent will not count, and the consent will not have been properly implemented.
UK
27 Feb 2018
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A New Green Balancing Act: The Government's 25 Year Plan To Improve The Environment Whilst Building 300,000 New Homes P.A.
On 10 January 2018, the Government published its plan to improve the environment over a 25 year period.
European Union
26 Jan 2018
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The Government Will Legislate To Prohibit The Grant Of New Residential Long Leases Of Houses
In July 2017 the Department for Communities and Local Government issued a consultation paper seeking views from the real estate industry on various proposals to deal with public concerns...
UK
2 Jan 2018
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The Yellow Brick Road To Ware-Housing Everywhere
The Government and the Mayor of London have been at their most creative in finding space for new housing, both within and outside London.
UK
19 Dec 2017
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Leases And Light: Releasing Rights Of Light For Development Where One Of The Properties Is Tenanted.
Under section 3 of the Prescription Act 1832, tenants as well as freeholders can acquire rights to light.
UK
27 Nov 2017
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Dilapidations On Residential Conversions
Can landlords recover any loss at lease expiry on change of use from offices to flats? What is the dilapidations position in the context of residential conversions?
UK
20 Nov 2017
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Franses v Cavendish: Landlord's Works, Renewal Leases And Ground F
The tenant occupied ground and lower ground units at 80 Jermyn Street, St James', London W1, which it used as a retail art gallery. The landlord occupied the rest of the building as a high-end hotel.
UK
31 Oct 2017
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Are Landlords Being Made Responsible For Their Tenants' Business Activities?
Landlords are responsible for the buildings they own.
UK
13 Oct 2017
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Vat And Leases – November 2010
VAT rates have fluctuated over the last 2 years whereas historically they have stayed fairly constant. The standard VAT rate was 17.5% from 1991 until 2008 when, in an attempt to boost the flagging economy, the rate was lowered to 15% between 1 December 2008 and 31 December 2009.
UK
16 Dec 2010
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