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Property Stamp Duty Holiday – 08 July 2020

Temporary Stamp Duty Land Tax holiday for residential buyers   Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has today announced that there will be …

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Coronavirus Act 2020 Tenant Landlord

Coronavirus Act 2020 – What can landlords do if a tenant does not pay rent?

The Coronavirus outbreak has resulted in a period of economic challenge for businesses, particularly those with commercial leases. Although the …

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Surrendering Commercial Lease

How to Surrender a Commercial Lease

The surrender of a lease is a mutual agreement between the landlord and tenant to bring a commercial lease to …

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Forfeiture Commercial Lease

Forfeiture of a Commercial Lease

If a tenant under a commercial lease breaches a contractual term in the lease, then the landlord has a statutory …

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Terminating a Lease Under The Agricultural Holdings Act 1986

Terminating a Lease Under The Agricultural Holdings Act 1986

Even though the Farm Business Tenancy (FBT) has become the standard for tenancies in the rural sector since 1 September …

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Terminating a Lease Under The Farm Business Tenancy (FBT)

Terminating a Lease Under The Farm Business Tenancy (FBT)

The Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995, also known as The Farm Business Tenancy (FBT) was introduced to govern farming tenancies on …

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Accident Investigations

Why Are Accident Investigations Important?

Work place accidents, especially for businesses such as construction, are common place with millions of people a year suffering work …

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Will For The Younger Generation

Why A Will is Vital For The Younger Generation?

Wills are not a thing that only the older generation need. Life is fragile, and if the worst happens you …

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Leaseholder Makes A Claim For Your Freehold

What To Do When Your Leaseholder Makes A Claim For Your Freehold

The Leasehold Reform Act 1967 gives qualifying leaseholders the right to make a claim to buy the freehold. You can …

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Excessive Service Charge Problem

What To Do About An Excessive Service Charge Problem

The service charge is a fee the homeowner agrees to pay when they buy the leasehold of a property. The …

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