February 2019

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SECTION 106 AGREEMENTS

If you are or are hoping to become involved in residential property development (or new build property conveyancing), it’s likely that you’ll need to know about Section 106 agreements.  Whilst this is a fairly wide topic, hopefully, our summary below will give you a good...

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A shout to all business tenants – do you know your rights under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954?

Historically, the law regulating business tenancies favoured landlords more than tenants. Only tenants who could demonstrate sufficient goodwill, showing that compensation, when their tenancies came to an end, would be inadequate, were entitled to renew their tenancies. That was very difficult for the average tenant...

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Beware.  Small landlords!

Historically, being a landlord could be a lucrative business, especially as a side line or a role in later life. The idea was quite simple.  Buy a few properties on buy to let mortgages, rent them out and use the rental income to repay the mortgages...

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