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Landlords and tenants 'must understand their rights towards one another'

The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) has said tenants and landlords need to understand their rights towards one another

Wed 23 Jun 2010

Government bodies 'to pay millions in dilapidation fees'

New rules relating to the signing of new leases and lease extensions could lead to landlords claiming millions of pounds in dilapidation fees

Wed 02 Jun 2010

Buyers to use impecuniosity defence in legal dispute

Customers of Titanic Quarter Ltd may claim a defence of impecuniosity in an upcoming court dispute

Thu 27 May 2010

Landlords 'lack comprehensive knowledge of leasehold law'

Many people are becoming landlords without acquainting themselves with the laws that will affect them, an expert has noted

Thu 29 Apr 2010

Lack of understanding 'fuelling unnecessary leasehold disputes'

Many people are going through unnecessary disputes and stresses because of a lack of understanding of leasehold law

Mon 26 Apr 2010

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