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How will the Government's crackdown on residential leasehold impact developers?

This article looks at the key announcements made by the Government made in its response to its July 2017 consultation on tackling unfair practices in the residential leasehold market.

Law Firm: Gowling WLG | Published: 15 January 2018 | Practice Area: Social Housing

A ban on unfair lettings fees: draft Tenant Fees Bill 2017

The government has introduced a draft Tenant Fees Bill, with the aim of making residential letting more fair and affordable for tenants by reducing costs at the outset of a tenancy.

Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 10 January 2018 | Practice Area: Administrative and Public Law

A welcome home for lease renewals?

This briefing looks at a pilot scheme which has been launched to transfer unopposed lease renewals from the Central London County Court to the First-tier Tribunal.

Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 01 December 2017 | Practice Area: Real Estate

Service charge changes on the horizon

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has launched a consultation on the fourth edition of the Service Charge Code for commercial property. This article examines what is changing.

Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 28 November 2017 | Practice Area: Real Estate

Real News - Autumn/Winter 2017

Welcome to the autumn/winter 2017 edition of Real News, DLA Piper’s quarterly real estate publication.

Law Firm: DLA Piper | Published: 27 November 2017 | Practice Area: Real Estate

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Repair or replace? Sometimes it's the landlord's decision

The Upper Tribunal has decided that it was reasonable for a landlord to choose to repair windows, rather than replace them, and to recover that cost by service charge. This article examines the case.

Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 09 October 2017 | Practice Area: Rights over land

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Landowner wins the day on overage

The High Court has found it necessary to imply a missing term into an overage agreement in order to give it business efficacy. This briefing examines the case.

Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 27 September 2017 | Practice Area: Real Estate

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Don't bank on surrendering your lease if the landlord's mortgagee hasn't given its consent

The High Court has refused to imply into a deed of surrender a condition precedent that the superior landlord had obtained its lender's consent. This article examines the decision.

Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 16 August 2017 | Practice Area: Litigation

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No surrender

The High Court has refused to imply into a deed of surrender a condition precedent that the superior landlord had obtained its lender's consent. This article examines the decision.

Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 14 August 2017 | Practice Area: Litigation

Showing the way

A recent case has shown that historic use by former owners can be used to claim a legal right of way, even where the claimant cannot prove that the use was without permission. This article examines the decision.

Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 10 August 2017 | Practice Area: Real Estate

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