On 1 October 2023, the new Fixed Recoverable Costs (FRC) rules came into force.
This guide is correct as at July 2023. The upcoming Renters Reform Bill will, once passed into law, introduce significant changes to ASTs and an up to date guide will be published in due course.
It seems as if the Media & Communications List of the King’s Bench Division has never been busier. With the number of high-profile defamation actions on the rise, case law is developing fast.
The regulatory requirements have, in recent years, become greater and more complex, and mistakes or omissions at the time an AST is granted can lead to problems for freeholders in obtaining possession further down the line.
This guide aims to provide freeholders and managing agents with a brief overview of Right to Manage – including when it applies and what to do if leaseholders serve notice under the CLRA.
This guide aims to provide freeholders and managing agents with a brief overview of the 'Right to Manage' procedure including when it applies and what to do if leaseholders serve notice under the CLRA.
We often hear about conflicts of interest in both legal and non-legal settings, and how this can affect professionalism in certain industries. In the recent case of Arrassey Properties Limited v Nelsons Solicitors (Case No. F55YJ238), which concerned a property dispute.
Leaseholders who are unhappy with the management of their building have a number of options which enable them to take control of this themselves.