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Brecher | United Kingdom | 10 Jun 2019

No Will, no say

The number of people dying without a will, that is to say “intestate”, remains alarmingly high. Yet, leaving things to chance can cause unnecessary


Brecher | United Kingdom | 3 Jun 2019

Ten things I hate about you

Painful transactions: the very opposite of that famous Tolstoy quote: every happy family is alike, but every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way


Brecher | United Kingdom | 29 May 2019

Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should. PD Rules, or does it?

New regulations which, amongst other things, introduce new permitted development rights to allow shops, hot food takeaways, betting offices, pay day


Brecher | United Kingdom | 21 May 2019

Development lending in the mid-market: “LMA-Lite”

This article will examine how the mid-market in property development finance has adopted a hybrid loan document based on the LMA Real Estate Finance


Brecher | United Kingdom | 16 May 2019

Noisy Neighbours: Is the Landlord Liable?

It is well established law that where a landlord authorises (expressly or impliedly) actions by its tenant that cause a nuisance, or it participates


Brecher | United Kingdom | 14 May 2019

Do we have a deal? - Estate Agents and Commission

The recent Supreme Court case of Wells v Devani 2019 UKSC 4, interprets terms in an oral agreement made between a vendor and an estate agent in


Brecher | United Kingdom | 8 May 2019

The Insurance Act 2015. Who Knew?

Insurance Act 2015, anyone? A straw poll round the office drew a blank. It had certainly passed me by. The biggest change to insurance law in a


Brecher | United Kingdom | 2 May 2019

Knot My Problem?

Japanese knotweed is a fast-growing, resilient plant with an invasive network of roots (rhizomes) that that can damage buildings, concrete, roads


Brecher | United Kingdom | 14 Feb 2019

Landlords held criminally liable for tenants’ illegal waste operations

Two recent prosecutions by the Environment Agency have seen landlords held criminally liable for their tenants’ illegal waste operations. The cases


Brecher | United Kingdom | 4 Jul 2018

What a Relief: Court of Appeal confirms Licensee’s Right to Relief from Forfeiture

The Court of Appeal has ruled that the court does have jurisdiction to grant a licensee (as opposed to a tenant) relief from forfeiture provided that

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