What is all the squawking with Pets and Tenancy Agreements?
With calls long outstanding for renters to have a right to keep pets in their homes, have... Read more »
Recovering money from a debtor (debt recovery) can seem a daunting process, write Karen Bright and Charles Jamieson of our Dispute Resolution Team.
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The case of Duval v 11-13 Randolph Crescent  UKSC 18 (‘Duval’) raises a number of issues that have relevance in the field of... Read more »
Planning to do work to a leasehold property? - You should read this: Lease Covenants and Duval:
The Duval case raises a number of interesting points... Read more »
We are delighted to announce that Charlotte Archer has become a Partner in the Residential Property Team at Bishop & Sewell and that Charles... Read more »
Buildings insurance premiums are generally one of the least challenged annual charges as between landlords and tenants – although there has been a... Read more »
Maybe a year ago I was asked to provide a note on Section 20 Major Works Charges and, as with these things, the starting point was to consider the... Read more »
Given the freak storms, record temperatures, and ease within which people have adapted to the new normal, as I look out of my ‘office’ window, cup... Read more »
Finally, after what has seemed like an interminable wait, businesses are now able to consider the promised legislation protecting commercial tenants... Read more »
Generally, for there to be a contract, each party must perform some act. This may, for example, be to provide goods or services, or alternatively it... Read more »