property law blog uk

Ancient church property ties may soon be a thing of the past for home owners explains Abdul Zaheed

September 11, 2012

After the dissolution of the monasteries under Henry VIII, land was split up in different ways which meant that owners of many houses up and down the country that have a historic church nearby may have a legal duty to make a contribution towards the cost of repairing the churches.  This cost can potentially run […]

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Portfolios of freeholds – what’s the attraction ?

May 9, 2012

Vincent Tchenguiz, the UK property business giant has recently reported that he is ready to place his extensive portfolio of properties worth £3 billion on the UK property market. The properties are a part of the Tchenguiz Family Trust. The portfolio contains properties all over the UK, and constitutes one of the most extensive trusts […]

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