In preparation for the inevitable eventuality of my pet human and owner wanting to contract out his dog walking obligations, I have worked closely... Read more »
The High Court has recently held that the European Medicines Agency's 25-year lease of the extensive premises in Canary Wharf would not be brought to... Read more »
In order to establish a private company, there are a number of issues that need to be considered. These include not only creating (incorporating) the... Read more »
For what seems like the first time in months, the news recently has not been dominated by Brexit(!). Instead, we have a 19 year old British girl,... Read more »
New legislation prohibits landlords and agents from charging excessive fees to current and prospective tenants.
The Tenant Fees Act 2019 (the Act)... Read more »
Yet more draft legislation is plodding its way through parliament, intended to implement partial plans for EU nationals travelling to the UK if we... Read more »
Mark Chick will be speaking at the Professionalism in Property 2019 Conference being held in London on 8th May, 2019.
This PiP Conference will... Read more »
On 12 February 2019 Judgment was handed down by the High Court in the case of Fearn and Ors v the Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery (“the... Read more »
While not usually an issue for central London properties, for those buying outside the M25 it may be a surprise to find the property you are buying... Read more »
It is often the case that a client will want to know their prospects of success before deciding whether to pursue or defend a claim via litigation.... Read more »