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Completion and the risks it poses to conveyancers

United Kingdom - February 5 2019 Completion is the final hurdle in a land transaction and given that the key legal ’moment’ is exchange, we might all be excused for thinking that…

COVID-19 - What is the immediate future for property lawyers and are there potential opportunities for us in the short to medium term?

United Kingdom - March 26 2020 We are still in the early phases of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom. The pace of events and breaking news is so fast that…

Case summary: Gurusinghe v Drumlin Ltd [2021] UKUT 268 (LC)

United Kingdom - November 2 2021 Where tenants incorrectly identify their landlord when making an application for a rent repayment order…

New points on appeal not raised in summary possession proceedings - Notting Hill Finance Ltd v Sheikh [2019] EWCA Civ 1337

United Kingdom - December 10 2019 The Court of Appeal has considered the circumstances allowing a defendant to raise new points on appeal not raised at a first hearing of a possession…

Contractual indemnity clauses and costs of service charge proceedings in the First-Tier Tribunal

United Kingdom - November 14 2016 A landlord may rely on a contractual indemnity clause in a lease to claim as an administration charge the whole of the costs of service charge…