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Joint Tenants v Tenants In Common

When a property is owned by more than one person/entity then it needs to be decided exactly how the parties are to hold the property. This may seem like a strange question, but in reality it can be very important.

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Follow The Right Procedure To Exclude The Right To Renew

Whether or not the security of tenure provisions contained in the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (“the LTA 1954”) are included in a commercial lease, can often be one of the most important considerations for a landlord.

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Watch out for Flying Freeholds!

Flying Freeholds often rear their heads at the most inopportune moments; they are most commonly discovered when purchasing a property or part of a property. This is obviously never a good time to discover any issues, let alone ones that … Read more

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De Gea Transfer Drops The Ball

The proposed transfer of Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea to Real Madrid fell through at the eleventh hour after the relevant paperwork was not filed with the Spanish Football Authorities by the deadline of 12:00 AM, therefore the whole … Read more

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The Importance of being the ‘Early Bird’

One of the fundamental changes brought about by the Woolf reforms at the turn of the century was a far greater emphasis on meeting deadlines in all civil claims. Whereas once cases were allowed to simply roll into the long … Read more

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