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Is the proposed abolition of Recovery of Possession using the Section 21 procedure a return to Regulated Tenancies?

18 April, 2019

The Government has this week announced its intention to consult on the abolition of the procedure used to recover possession of properties held under AST’s pursuant to S21 of the Housing Act 1988. The right currently gives landlords the ability …

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Don’t mistake an industry pledge for a change in legislation…

15 April, 2019

Last months industry pledge on Leasehold Reform signed by over forty of the largest housebuilders and landlords in this country is deemed to be a breakthrough and a sign of important changes to come in this sector. James Brokenshire has …

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AirBnB: Are you in breach of your lease?

7 March, 2019

AirBnB is an easy and quick way to both let your property and find a short term stay. With over 4 million listings worldwide, it is an attractive way to rent out your property and earn extra cash, however, if …

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Choosing the right Family Solicitor

21 February, 2019

Once a decision to end a marriage has been made, choosing the right family solicitor is vital, says family law expert Janet Baines. The early months of the year are a notoriously busy time for family solicitors.  Spring cleaning can …

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Emma Pierce-Kemp joins Storrar Cowdry

8 February, 2019

We are delighted to welcome Emma Pierce-Kemp to the Corporate and Commercial Property team at Storrar Cowdry. Emma brings her experience of both Corporate and Commercial Property to the department, which continues its growth in turnover and reputation in the …

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