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Blogs: Property and Conveyancing
Author: Clutton Cox, solicitors
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
Unclear contract terms – sign up to them at your peril
Why mining searches are advisable regardless of location: the property buyer’s modern day canary
Property owners are still using corporate envelopes - will they be demotiv-ATED by increased charges and inheritance tax?
At a loss about the 2016 changes to the JCT Design and Build Contract?
The Life and Soul of the Party Wall Act - top tips on how to maintain a good relationship with your neighbours
Renting out your home or buy to let property on Airbnb could land you in hot water with your mortgage lender
Are you a “responsible” host? Airbnb enforces 90 night annual limit for London hosts
What if Brexit really means Brexit for construction?
Publisher: Land Registry
Will the real Land Registry please stand up?
Our year in numbers
Tea and tablets for two please
Roses are red (and orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet)
Getting the most from Application Enquiry part 2
Getting the most from Application Enquiry part 1
Want an easy way to reduce the time and cost of your conveyancing?
GOV.UK – what we’re working on: June 2017
Publisher: Property PSL Limited
Commercial property law and practice news for property lawyers and a subscription-based commercial property precedents and updating service.
CPI Update 159 - July 2017
CPI Update 158 - June 2017
The pain of settlement: the EMI case and the 1995 Act
CPI Update 157 - May 2017
CPI Update 156 - April 2017
Getting away with a deliberate breach of covenant (subject to compensation)
CPI Update 155 - March 2017
Codes for Completion: moving with the times; the Dreamvar case
Blogs: Scottish Law
Author: Brian Inster, Inkster's Solicitors
Explores crofting law and provides insights into this complex area of law.
Crofting Law Group Conference 2017
Crofting Commission Elections 2017 – The Results
Ding Dong! The Convener is Gone
Review highlights “notable and worrying failures” in governance within the Crofting Commission
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