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The Only Way Is Up! But Planning Changes Fall Flat
The Government's move to incorporate support for more upward development into national planning policy is welcome - but needs to go much further if it is to make any difference to housing supply.
UK
6 Mar 2018
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Property Fraud Revisited
In "Frustrating property fraud" (EG 25 October 2014, p109), we considered property frauds involving a "rogue" conveyancer or a "bogus" law firm.
UK
10 Mar 2017
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Brexit Opportunities In Real Estate
On 23 June the UK surprised everyone by voting to leave the European Union. Overnight, Sterling fell 10%, the FTSE fell below 6000 and David Cameron resigned as PM.
UK
22 Jul 2016
4
Buyer (And Seller) Beware
In most property transactions, the process of providing and receiving replies to standard enquiries can often seem a futile one.
UK
21 Jun 2016
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Extending Transparency Of Ownership Requirements To Foreign Companies Active In The UK
With the new requirements for transparency of ownership of UK companies just being implemented, the UK Government is considering extending the requirements to certain foreign companies.
UK
19 Apr 2016
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Giving Notice To Complete
Naomi Campbell examines the role of notices to complete in property transactions and discusses how they should and should not be deployed against a party in breach of its contractual obligations.
UK
18 Apr 2016
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A Green Light For Unconventional Oil And Gas?
Securing a country's long-term affordable energy supply is clearly key to economic and political stability.
UK
28 May 2015
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How To Tackle Property Fraud
Property fraud is on the up, and recent cases highlight the importance of vigilance by solicitors, especially when dealing with vulnerable clients.
UK
29 Apr 2015
9
Ratings Downgrades And Accounts Provisions In Real Estate Financings And Other Transactions
Most of the City are well aware of the ratings downgrades imposed on a number of UK clearing and other banks earlier this year, indeed a number of those reading this note will work in affected institutions.
UK
20 Apr 2015
10
The Infrastructure Act 2015
After months of uncertainty as to whether it would get side-lined due to the May General Election, the Infrastructure Act has now come into force.
UK
13 Mar 2015
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Frustrating Property Fraud
Jayne Elkins and Karen McGinley look at who is vulnerable to property fraud, some typical fraudulent transactions and what can be done to frustrate them.
UK
25 Feb 2015
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How To Right A Wrong
In their second article, Jayne Elkins and Karen McGinley consider the remedies available to victims.
UK
25 Feb 2015
13
Deadline For Commercial Property Owners To Opt Out Of Energy Performance Data Being Publicly Disclosed
The Government has issued a notice of its intention to release approximately 723,000 records comprised of data from non-domestic Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and Display Energy Certificates.
UK
28 Jan 2015
14
Court Reforms And Arbitration: Courting Disaster
Three recent cases reveal the difficulties practitioners face in understanding how the law will be applied by the courts.
UK
20 Oct 2014
15
Property Market II
In April, we discussed the first reported case on the application of the UK competition rules to land agreements (Martin Retail Group Ltd v Crawley Borough Council).
UK
28 Aug 2014
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Statutory Undertakers And Compulsory Powers
Some of the common methods of obtaining rights are through direct negotiation with the landowners or by acquiring the rights by way of a compulsory purchase order.
UK
7 Aug 2014
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Intercreditor Agreements In The Real Estate Finance Market: The Quest For Efficiency
As the real estate finance market continues its strong recovery, we are increasingly seeing mezzanine lending on real estate finance deals.
UK
16 May 2014
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Guarantees And The 'One That Got Away'
It is often the case that a third party is called upon to guarantee a tenant's obligations under a lease, which provides a landlord with some degree of comfort that it has someone to turn to in the event of a tenant's demise.
UK
21 Oct 2013
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Breaking The Mould
Break notices have long caused sleepless nights for tenants and their lawyers alike.
UK
18 Oct 2013
20
Trophy Properties - Some Considerations For Lenders
Whilst the process of buying a residential property in a "prime" UK location is much the same as buying any other residential property, there will often be factors affecting high value residential properties (referred to as trophy properties) that need particular consideration.
UK
12 Jul 2013
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