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Waiving the right to forfeit

United Kingdom - February 25 2021 Once a landlord with knowledge of a breach of the lease has acted in a way which is consistent only with the continuing existence of the lease, he is…

A lifeline for tenants or further blow for landlords? It all depends which side of the coin you are on!

United Kingdom - February 10 2021 The Debt Respite Scheme (Breathing Space Moratorium and Mental Health Crisis Moratorium) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020 (the "Regulations")…

New lease extension rights for leaseholders

United Kingdom - January 11 2021 Millions of leaseholders in England will be given the right to extend their leases by a maximum term of 990 years at zero ground rent, the Housing…

Right of Way Disputes - Learning from Beavers?

United Kingdom - December 18 2020 Rights of way disputes are more common than you might think, and sometimes these disputes concern the use by the beneficiary of that right of way. For…

Adverse possession and registered land

United Kingdom - December 11 2020 While the legal process of applying for adverse possession in relation to unregistered land remains unchanged, the Land Registration Act 2002 (‘2002…