Lease Extensions by Kerry Hicks

Nb. The following is for guidance only and is in general terms in preparation for the seminar. Any Leaseholder intending to proceed with a potential lease extension should take independent legal advice BENEFITS TO LEASEHOLDER OF A LEASE EXTENSION? 1. Enhanced terms No ground rent and extension of additional 90 years term in addition to

Free Seminar: An essential seminar for social housing landlords

A market based, residential lettings, illegal evictions and legal update Date: Wednesday 25th February Venue: British Library, St Pancras, London Time: 3.30pm registration for a 4.00pm start Please join our Social Housing Management Team, Anthony Best, Jeremy Teall, Sharon Porter-Gayle and Aisha Akhtar for our latest seminar. Social landlords and their managing agents letting properties

Heads Of Terms – Ivan Barry

With our upcoming Commercial Property Seminar taking place on Wednesday 4th February – here are some explanatory notes regarding Heads of Terms. Heads of Terms – something we have all heard of but a term which for many often holds uncertainty as to content and purpose. In the commercial arena it is very much more

Free Seminar: Commercial property investment An evening of key answers and advice

DATE: WEDNESDAY 4TH FEBRUARY TIME: 5.30PM REGISTRATION FOR A 6PM START VENUE: DOUBLETREE HILTON 2-8 HANGER LANE, EALING W5 3HN Your local experts – Prince Evans Solicitors, in conjunction with DSH Chartered Accountants and NEB Consulting – host and present a free and interactive seminar for the benefit of Commercial Property Landlords and Investors. The

Specialist Letting Agent seminar – Getting possession is ensuring you know more than nine tenths of the law!

DATE: MONDAY 26TH JANUARY TIME: 5.30PM REGISTRATION FOR A 6PM START VENUE: DOUBLE TREE HILTON 2-8 HANGER LANE The private rented sector is flourishing but facing increasing cases of rent arrears and subletting, along with further regulation and scrutiny by central and local Government. If problems arise, Landlords need to know that immediate action can

Retaliatory Eviction Legislation Fails In Commons But Is Re-Introduced In The Lords

Followers of our blogs and attendees of our seminars will know that Sarah Teacher of the Liberal Democrats sought to introduce legislation designed to prevent landlords obtaining a Possession Order following the service of a Section 21 Housing Act 1988 Notice as a retaliatory response to the tenant complaining about disrepair. Her proposals in the