Archive for the ‘Residential Conveyancing’ Category
Government Plans To Introduce A Mandatory Licence Scheme For Rental Properties – What Landlords Need To Know
In a speech delivered on the 21st May, Prime Minister David Cameron dropped a bombshell on landlords and letting agents alike by announcing plans to introduce a new mandatory licensing regime of private landlords later this year. This will go […]
Japanese Knotweed – Could it really be the root problem for “knot” selling your house? Who knew there were legal responsibilities for invasive plants and injurious weeds! The problem with these requirements is that it doesn’t matter whether you yourself […]
Tom & Anor v Cheap as Chips Conveyancers Ltd A Cautionary Tale About Cut Price Conveyancing Heard before the Honourable Ms Justice Fair in the High Court of Justice – Chancery Division Introduction and Facts of the Case  The […]
Top Factors To Consider When Entering The Buy To Let Market The property industry was up in arms against the Chancellor, George Osborne last week, after it was announced in the 2015 Summer Budget that the tax relief that private […]
Luxury Properties and Recent Stamp Duty Reforms A New Charge on the Wealthy or an Escape from the Mansion Tax?
Luxury Properties and Recent Stamp Duty Reforms A New Charge on the Wealthy or an Escape from the Mansion Tax? We are in a new era in the property market, with the long overdue stamp duty reform being announced by […]