We discuss the Renters Reform Bill, which would fundamentally rebalance the law on residential landlord and tenant in several ways.
When making a representation claim, you need to be aware of ‘reliance’ or ‘inducement’ to be successful. We explain this important concept.
The Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act has been passed. It deals with rent arrears which built up during the pandemic by business tenants.
The new act covers Rent Arrears and has been in place since 24th March 2022.
The Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022 offers much-needed changes to the Freeholder / Leaseholder relationship. We guide you through, alerting you to potential pitfalls for both sides.
Property auctions can be an inexpensive and exciting way of buying a house – but there are pitfalls you should be aware of. Engaging a conveyancing solicitor early on is a good move.
When you die, if you leave a valid Will you are under no obligation to leave assets to your adult children. As the case of Miles and Shearer vs Shearer shows, your Will can stipulate who benefits from your estate in England and Wales.
In the ever-changing landscape of the Covid-19 pandemic, where do landlords and tenants stand when it comes to evictions, moving on, and rent arrears? Read the latest updates for residential and commercial tenants and landlords.
Claiming for professional negligence by a surveyor is possible: the ruling in the case of Large v Hart  has implications for professional advice and information.
House buyers’ complaints about misrepresentation and being lied to – how not to fall victim to the same traps that could end up costing you a fortune.
If you’re relying on a seller telling the truth on their Property Information Form, you could be in for a nasty shock. Our post covers some of the issues, and the comments below the post cover even more live issues from flooding to planning permission.
This collection of cases of property misrepresentation claims should remind all of us how important it is to tell the truth on a Property Information Form