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Teacher Stern LLP | United Kingdom | 10 May 2016

When is a house a house?

Laura Bushaway examines the Court of Appeal decision in Jewelcraft Limited v. (1) Paul Pressland and (2) Justin Pressland 2015 which gave further

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Teacher Stern LLP | United Kingdom | 24 Sep 2015

Obtaining possession of Assured Shorthold Tenancies Section 21 Notices: changes from 1 October 2015

A new prescribed form of Section 21 Notice (to terminate the AST) must be used for all new ASTs granted on or after 1 October 2015. The new form may

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Teacher Stern LLP | United Kingdom | 2 Apr 2015

Important changes to tenancy deposits landlords take note

On 26 March 2015, The Deregulation Act 2015 came into force making important changes to the rules regarding tenancy deposits with immediate effect

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Teacher Stern LLP | United Kingdom | 2 Apr 2015

Obtaining possession of assured shorthold tenancies Section 21 notices: changes afoot update

Last week Laura Bushaway and Zoe Athill examined the Deregulation Bill 2015 containing proposals which will affect Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988

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Teacher Stern LLP | United Kingdom | 23 Mar 2015

Obtaining possession of assured shorthold tenancies Section 21 Notices: changes afoot

As the Deregulation Bill 2015 makes its way through Parliament, Laura Bushaway and Zoe Athill examine the proposals which will affect Section 21 of

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Teacher Stern LLP | United Kingdom | 24 Feb 2015

Residential short lettings: a 21st century approach

The Government intends to permit short term lettings of residential premises in London for up to 90 days per calendar year which is a relaxation of

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Teacher Stern LLP | United Kingdom | 1 Dec 2014

Collective enfranchisement take notice of the statutory requirements

A Notice to acquire the freehold collectively under the enfranchisement legislation is likely to be held to be invalid if it does not contain the

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Teacher Stern LLP | United Kingdom | 4 Nov 2014

Common sense prevails for service charge consultation

Landlords will be relieved to hear that the statutory service charge consultation requirement only applies if a service charge of over £250 per

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