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Update – Rent Reviews……..What Can Tenants Do?
If you wish to dispute the market rent proposed by the landlord, you may wish to consider what evidence you need to substantiate your alternative proposed market rent.
29.03.2016 Posted in Property Law
New Tax Statement Forms Causing Confusion for both Practitioners and Clients Alike
The questions contained in the new Tax Statements are causing confusion for both clients and conveyancing practitioners alike. 
15.12.2015 Posted in Property Law
TILED SHOWERS – DID YOU KNOW A BUILDING CONSENT MAY BE REQUIRED?
Tiled Showers have the potential to become the new "leaky" issue for unsuspecting vendors and purchasers. 
18.05.2015 Posted in Property Law
Selling your home when it is owned by a Family Trust
Why you need to make sure all trustees are consulted and in agreement before you sign an agreement to sell your home.
11.12.2014 Posted in Property Law & Trust Wills Estates
Maintenance & Repair Obligations under a Commercial Lease
The extent of a tenant’s responsibility to maintain and repair their premises under a commercial lease is something that often causes concern for both landlords and tenants alike and is not alwa...
7.11.2014 Posted in Property Law
Rent Reviews – What can you do?
Rent reviews are a fairly frequent occurrence in most leases and often a source of disagreement between landlords and tenants as to what level the reviewed rent should be set at. If you have received ...
15.05.2014 Posted in Property Law
Commercial Tenancies: Yield Up, Make Good & Reinstatement
Obligations to make good and reinstate a premises at the end of a lease are not usually at the forefront of the mind of someone who is about to enter into a new lease or take an assignment of an exist...
11.11.2013 Posted in Commercial Property Law & Property Law
Commercial Tenancies – Parting with Possession
Obtaining landlord consent to an assignment or sublease of your lease is a standard requirement for commercial tenancies. While a tenant wishing to exit a lease will generally remain liable for the ex...
11.11.2012 Posted in Property Law
Selling a House You’ve Built or Renovated? What You Need to Know, Before You Sell
If you have done building work to a house you are selling, there is a good chance that the warranties in the standard agreement affect you as many types of work require a building consent.
11.11.2007 Posted in Property Law
Construction Contracts Act 2002 – Important Lessons Still Not Learnt Three Years On
The Construction Contracts Act 2002 ushered in a new approach to construction contracts and changed the balance of power between principal and contractors. The purpose of the Act is:to facilitate re...
11.11.2006 Posted in Property Law
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