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Tenants of commercial buildings 'may forcibly acquire the freehold interest in certain circumstances'

A legal ruling could pave the way for occupants of commercial buildings to acquire the freehold interest against the will of the landlord.

Tue 01 Jul 2014

Landlord obliged to take out terrorism insurance, Upper Tribunal rules

The Upper Tribunal has ruled that a landlord was required to insure against terrorism under the terms of a residential flat lease.

Mon 23 Jun 2014

Developers keen to share risks through joint ventures

House builders in the UK are increasingly entering into joint ventures in an effort to minimise risk.

Thu 29 May 2014

Squatting in commercial property on the rise, says law firm Winckworth Sherwood

The house party for squatters may be over, but commercial property is increasingly seen as fair game as squatters are turning to empty shops, pubs and commercial premises to avoid criminal proceedings.

Mon 12 Aug 2013

Town centres set for £14m regeneration schemes

A variety of town centres across the UK that have fallen into neglect are to be given a share of £14 million of Heritage Lottery funding

Wed 19 May 2010

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