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Cayman Islands
The job of a court when interpreting a written contract, including a lease, is to work out what the document means, not what either party thinks it means.
Collas Crill
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Carey Olsen
Sales activity on the Guernsey Open Market so far in 2021, is on course to top that of last year and the record high seen in 2006...
No-one can predict the future, and it is foolhardy to try, but after nearly two years of the strangest of times most of us can remember, conversations are taking place among those in the Guernsey construction and property sectors.
Carey Olsen
A number of home owners have applied for Certificates of Lawful Use since they were introduced into Guernsey's planning system in May 2019.
The past year has seen no shortage of media coverage about Guernsey's "runaway" housing market and its "unrelenting" rise in property prices. But is there more to the statistics than the headlines suggest?
Collas Crill
The Antiques Roadshow rewards the lucky individuals who discover that their treasured belongings are, albeit questionable, of 'great value' to someone somewhere.
Hong Kong
Mayer Brown
With Hong Kong's dense population, dwindling living space, soaring residential and office costs and the expansion of online retailing, demand for mini-storage facilities is poised to increase drastically.
Collas Crill
This week's guide outlines how to establish a right of way over a neighbour's land by prescription and offers case study examples to show how this might play out in practice.
You have found your dream property or perhaps you have an eager buyer for your home or investment property.
A lower purchase price in return for some building work often represents a tempting bargain.
We have all been there: a property advert catches your eye or perhaps you spot the perfect new ‘work from home' pad.
WH Partners
The acquisition of immovable property in Malta by non-resident persons is regulated by Chapter 246 of the Laws of Malta, namely the Immovable Property (Aquisition by Non-Residents) Act...
GVZH Advocates
Throughout the past decade, the property market experienced substantial development, making the real estate sector a central pillar in the local economy. In view of this, the Maltese legislator has set out to ...
AXIS Fiduciary Ltd
The Finance (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2021 was gazetted on 05 August 2021 and it brings into force a number of amendments to the legislations in Mauritius.
Turks and Caicos Islands
Griffiths & Partners
Ever wondered what it is like to live and work in the Turks and Caicos Islands ("TCI")? You wouldn't be alone!
United Arab Emirates
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
Want to know your rights as a renter and tenant in Dubai? What landlords can and can't do? In the dark about your next move? Hazem Balbaa provides for tenants renting in Dubai.
Hassan Elhais
In Dubai, the rental increase is subject to the provisions of Decree number 43 of 2013, determining the rent increase for real property in the emirates of Dubai (the "Decree").
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
One of the recent popular discussion topics across all social platforms in the UAE has been about the rights of landlords and tenants in regard to rent increases and eviction notices.
Hassan Elhais
Residential property leases in Dubai are subject to the Law No. (26) of 2007 on ‘Regulating the Relationship between Landlords and Tenants in the Emirate of Dubai' ("Tenancy Law").
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