Although our family team at Bishop & Sewell specialise in Surrogacy matters, fortunately cases where the surrogate mother changes her mind and... Read more »
Today we have received the Law Commission's long-awaited report on the options to government for reducing the price payable on enfranchisement.
This... Read more »
Most land in the UK, be it leasehold or freehold, will have some form of restrictive covenant. The basic characteristic of a restrictive covenant is... Read more »
What are the major political parties saying about house building?
Unless you have been living under a rock for the last few months, the UK once again... Read more »
If a tenant in a residential block of flats has noisy neighbours, a common law nuisance claim could be pursued against the noisy neighbour. However,... Read more »
A recent decision between a Hotel Landlord and a Textiles Dealership Tenant has woven a new thread to long-established tests regarding redevelopments.... Read more »
Rights of Way can be one of the most bothersome issues for neighbours: ‘We’ve been walking through here for fifty years!’, ‘You can’t park... Read more »
We had the announcement at the end of September that the Law Commission is going to publish its report on the first part of its objective in the 13th... Read more »
When is a person disabled in the legal sense? The law considers that a person has a disability if they have a physical or mental impairment which has... Read more »
On 20 December 2018 the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 (“the 2018 Act”) was given royal assent and on 20 March 2019 it came into... Read more »