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Caring About House-Sharing
New rules aimed at protecting tenants from poor living conditions will make mandatory licensing of shared dwellings much more common from the 1 October. An estimated 160,000 properties in England will...
UK
21 Sep 2018
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Transparency Update July 2018: Beneficial Ownership Of Overseas Entities Holding UK Property: Details Of Proposed New Register Revealed
Earlier this year, as we reported in our Transparency Update March 2018, the UK Government confirmed its intention to proceed with a register of overseas companies owning UK property.
UK
31 Aug 2018
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Retail Tenant In Trouble? How You Can Help
Following a number of recent high-profile insolvencies on the high street, landlords often ask how they can best protect their interests while giving their tenants some breathing space to try to
UK
10 Jul 2018
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Company Voluntary Arrangements: Mark Reading On BBC Radio 5 Live News
Mishcon de Reya Real Estate Managing Associate Mark Reading featured on BBC 5 Live News commenting on Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) ...
UK
3 Jul 2018
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Company Voluntary Arrangements: The Remedy 'De Jour' For Insolvent Tenants
In the last month alone we have seen both the approval of a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) by the creditors of Carpetright and reports in the property press that Poundworld...
UK
4 Jun 2018
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Brexit Wrecks It? Not Necessarily
Mishcon de Reya has one of the largest dedicated residential property practices in London; our core team members have worked together for over 10 years and have seen highs and lows over that period.
UK
18 May 2018
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Company Voluntary Arrangements: The Remedy 'De Jour' For Insolvent Tenants
In the last month alone we have seen both the approval of a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) by the creditors of Carpetright and reports in the property press that Poundworld...
UK
16 May 2018
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High Noon For The High Street?
Over the last year we seem to have heard of the demise of a leading high street retailer on an almost daily basis. This, inevitably, has an impact on both landlord and tenant clients ...
UK
16 May 2018
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Company Voluntary Arrangements: The Remedy 'De Jour' For Insolvent Tenants
In the last month alone we have seen both the approval of a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) by the creditors of Carpetright and reports in the property press that Poundworld...
UK
4 May 2018
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The Agenda: Are Leases A Stitch Up In Favour Of The Landlord?
Real Estate Partner Joanna Lampert debates the question of whether leases are a stitch up in favour of the landlord with Jonathan Seitler QC on "The Agenda" - the latest Estates Gazette podcast.
UK
25 Apr 2018
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Transparency Update (March 2018): UK Pressing Ahead With Register Of Beneficial Owners Of Overseas Companies
As we reported in a previous Transparency update, in April 2017 the UK Government issued a "call for evidence" on its proposed register of overseas companies owning UK property.
UK
27 Mar 2018
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Banning Unfair Leasehold Practices
Shortly before Christmas the government issued its response to the consultation on unfair practices in the residential leasehold market.
UK
27 Feb 2018
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Update – New Telecoms Code Now In Force
Last December we looked at the new edition of the Telecoms Code which we expected to come into force around Christmas: see The new Telecoms Code – is it an upgrade?
UK
13 Feb 2018
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Learning To Live Together: Government HMO Consultation Results And How They Affect Student Housing
The rules about HMOs are complex at the best of times with three different licensing regimes - mandatory HMO licensing, the optional "additional HMO licensing" and the sweeping option of selective licensing which affects most rented property.
UK
9 Feb 2018
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Don't You Forget (About MEES) - The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard
There's now less than three months to go until the minimum energy efficiency standard (or MEES) comes into force for commercial properties.
UK
9 Feb 2018
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Don't You Forget (About MEES) - The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard
There's now less than three months to go until the minimum energy efficiency standard (or MEES) comes into force for commercial properties.
UK
19 Jan 2018
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Modernising The Recovery Of Rent Arrears On Commercial Premises
New legislation is going to sweep away the existing procedure for taking and selling a defaulting tenant's goods to recover rent arrears on commercial premises.
UK
29 Oct 2007
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Crackdown on Ill-gotten Gains Could Land Firms in Court
From March 1 the UK is getting tougher on any company that turns a blind eye to deals being financed by "dirty money".
UK
23 Jan 2004
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