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A recent Technology and Construction Court case provides useful guidance about the correct party to issue default notices under many...
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The short answer is yes – but a recent High Court decision reminds sellers (and their advisers) that caveat emptor has its limitations...
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I recently attended Built Environment Communications Group (BECG)’s seminar on:the Government’s “Levelling Up” initiative;the further...
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The High Court has recently decided that a contractor’s claim was out of time because the right to payment arose when the works were...
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What is the new Code?The New Homes Quality Code of Practice (the “Code”) was launched by the New Homes Quality Board in January 2022. The...
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The message from the panel at the London Property Alliance this week was very clear: 2021 was the year of rebound after a relatively...
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The recent changes to the restrictions on winding-up petitions will have been disappointing to commercial landlords (see our previous...
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Purchasing “an interest in at least two dwellings” lowers the rate of stamp duty land tax (SDLT) that you will pay due to a relief known...
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Developers may have to submit a fire statement alongside a planning application for relevant multi-occupied residential buildings from 1...
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Last week, we ran a webinar about contractor insolvency. The discussion was wide-ranging, including the (a) warning signs to look out...
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The government recently published a consultation containing the proposed operation and scope of a new Residential Property Developer Tax...
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As we pass the anniversary of the first UK lockdown and look towards the rapid easing of the third UK lockdown, the Government has been...
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Following the Government's inaugural Tax Day, we have summarised the top five key takeaways for the property sector.1. Business Rates...
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It is rare, but not unheard of, for a property dispute to result in the rescission of the relevant contract. But what is the SDLT...
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Being alive to recent developments is fundamental to successfully enforcing security and protecting your commercial interests as a...
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Much noted in (certain) news circles is the possibility that the Chancellor may seek to increase tax revenues by aligning the rates of...