Property Law UK

Property Litigation UK Blog Update: Best, R (On the Application Of) v The Secretary of State for Justice (Rev 1) [2015] EWCA Civ 17 (21 January 2015)

February 1, 2015

Introduction We are pleased to welcome again Mr Anis Waiz, solicitor and head of commercial litigation at Curtis Law Solicitors, with his critical review of current case law – this one concerns property law and property litigation in the UK. If you have any queries on this subject or other commercial litigation matters in the […]

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What Are Enforcement Notices and How do they Work?

May 2, 2013

Enforcement notices are issued for a variety of reasons in the UK – and for almost any scale of development from small domestic to large corporate schemes. As the name suggests, they are forceful actions taken upon an individual or company for anything ranging from breaches in planning permission to carrying out work without prior […]

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How to Find Out What Kind of Tenancy You Have

July 19, 2012

(Property law in England & Wales) With so many different tenancy types, with each having their own rights and obligations, it can be difficult to figure out which one you have. This article should help you to figure out which type you have, so you know what your legal rights are. Before 15th Jan 1989. […]

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What can the Property Ombudsman do? (Legal Q&A)

January 31, 2012

The Property Ombudsman launched in 2009 to replace the Ombudsman for Estate Agents, with wider powers over property relating matters concerning not only residential but also commercial property, lettings and overseas sales. The main purpose of the Property Ombudsman is to provide a free, fair and independent service for consumers who wish to resolve a […]

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