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Property owners 'should formalise use of their land by third parties'

Property owners have been encouraged to ensure issues such as whether third parties have right of way on their land are formalised.

Thu 05 Jan 2012

Court rules in developer's favour in deposit dispute

A developer has been permitted to keep a deposit paid by a buyer following a dispute that went to court.

Wed 04 Jan 2012

LVT rules on service charges for building works

The Leasehold Valuation Tribunal has ruled in a case regarding improvements to flats in London.

Wed 09 Nov 2011

Court rules tenants qualify for collective enfranchisement

A court has ruled that two tenants qualify for collective enfranchisement under current leasehold law.

Mon 07 Nov 2011

Vague wording on lease leads to legal dispute

Ambiguities in the wording of a leasehold agreement have triggered a court dispute.

Mon 07 Nov 2011

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