The case of S Franses v Cavendish Hotel (London) Limited  involves a landlord attempting to regain possession of business premises protected under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 on the grounds that the landlord intended to redevelop. The startling factor is that the motive for the landlord’s re-development was...
If you are buying property in Wales, whether commercial or residential property, take note that the Welsh Land Transaction Tax (LTT) comes into effect on 1 April 2018.
A residential letting agency has been prosecuted under consumer protection legislation for granting 'sham licences' and therefore denying its tenants the statutory rights which would be available if they had been given assured shorthold tenancies.
Since the Grenfell Tower fire, there have been increasing concerns over fire risk and building regulations in residential leasehold properties.
A lease is the grant of legal interest in land which gives exclusive possession for a fixed period of time. A licence is merely a personal permission granting licence to occupy or do something on someone else’s property.
The Court of Appeal has been asked to decide whether a notice to quit served on an agricultural tenant was valid.
What is necessary to gain access to a property over a shared driveway?