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Purchasing Property With Another Member Of The Family
It is not unusual for property to be co-owned by family members within a farming family, regardless of whether or not those members are actively involved ...
UK
21 Jan 2019
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A Guide To The Agricultural Holdings Act
Tenancies created under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 (‘AHA') allow agricultural holdings to be let by the land owner to a tenant.
UK
7 Dec 2018
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The Case For Terminating An AHA Tenancy
One of the reasons for the introduction of the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995 ("the 1995 Act") was to counter some of the more burdensome provisions ...
UK
7 Dec 2018
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Leases And Electronic Signatures
Despite electronic signatures being generally accepted as legally valid, property professionals are still uncertain whether or not they can sign or accept the signature of leases (or similar documents) electronically.
UK
16 Nov 2018
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Right Of First Refusal
Leaseholders of qualifying property have the right of first refusal to purchase the freehold of their block when the landlord wishes to sell
UK
6 Nov 2018
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Right Of First Refusal
Wright Hassall acted for a residential landlord in the sale of a block of flats, and dealt with the Right of First Refusal process which was required prior to sale.
UK
6 Nov 2018
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Forfeiture For Rent Arrears
We were instructed on behalf of a commercial landlord who was seeking to take back possession of its premises because the tenant was not paying rent.
UK
13 Jul 2018
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HS2 - Leaseholders beware!
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.
UK
19 Jun 2018
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I Purchased A Property With A Friend And Now I Want Out!
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.
UK
11 Jun 2018
10
Section 20 Consultations
Wright Hassall acted for a residential landlord in carrying out a major works consultation under Section 20 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985.
UK
8 Jun 2018
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Sorting A Lease From A Licence
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.
UK
6 Jun 2018
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How Energy Efficient Is Your Rental Portfolio?
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?
UK
22 May 2018
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Is Your Rented Property Affected By The New Regulations For Energy Efficiency?
On the 1st April 2018, new regulations governing energy efficiency standards, known formally as the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Sector) (England and Wales) Regulations, will come into force.
UK
23 Feb 2018
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Private Rented Sector: What You Need To Know
You will know that it is a requirement to provide a copy of this to your tenant if the letting is not a social tenancy.
UK
14 Feb 2018
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What's New In Housing Management?
This was a very long-running case relating to Mrs Ahmed's occupation of a 4 bedroomed property owned by the Council.
UK
13 Feb 2018
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Private Rented Sector: Have You Taken The Plunge?
Despite the government's best efforts to attract more institutional investors into the residential letting market in order to create a more ‘professional' PRS, it remains dominated by small, buy-to-let landlords.
UK
13 Feb 2018
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S.133 – The Sequel
In the wake of the Housing Act, RPs and their advisers have been assessing the impact of deregulation on valuations and the ability of RPs to manage their assets in a more commercial way.
UK
9 Feb 2018
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Tied Cottages: Who Can Succeed To The Tenancy?
We regularly receive requests for advice on how to regain possession of a tied cottage when a statutory tenancy comes to an end, particularly in cases where the history of succession is not easily accessible.
UK
30 Nov 2017
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Rising Ground Rent In New Build Homes: Are Solicitors To Blame?
Over the last year there have been reports of newly built properties being effectively worth nothing after just six years due to excessive ground rent charges.
UK
22 Nov 2017
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