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Fracking fissures landowners’ property rights *

United Kingdom - June 20 2014
Fracking may be a possible solution to UK Energy security, but at the cost of some age old landowner property rights. The highly controversial method…

Not fair! Again *

United Kingdom - January 26 2012
A sub-contract between Lanes and Galliford Try did not go well.

Time to review old tenancies? *

United Kingdom - January 5 2012
As part of a comprehensive estate planning exercise, many landowners are reviewing the way in which land is held and this can be particularly worthwhile in the case of tenanted land, where oldstyle Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 (AHA 1986) tenancies are in place.

Co-authors: Lauren Parker.

Undocumented occupation - a practical but risky solution *

United Kingdom - December 7 2011
A common fact in any transaction, is the effect of human relations, daily life and commercial realities.

Renewable heat *

United Kingdom - September 1 2011
Approved by Parliament but awaiting State Aid clearance (hopefully due in September) are the Renewable Heat Incentive Regulations 2011, which will introduce the Renewable Heat Scheme Incentive from late 2012.

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