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  • The Land Registry, the Delhi metro and elephants

    Article

    Submitted: 22 February 2017

    Commentary on the Land Registry’s proposals to introduce e-conveyancing.

  • Fast drinks and novel points

    Article

    Submitted: 22 February 2017

    Where a 1954 Act protected tenancy is brought to an end early by the exercise of a landlord’s break right, what date should a protected tenant specify in its section 26 request for a new tenancy to commence?

  • UK Government launches strategy to boost housing supply

    Article

    Submitted: 22 February 2017

    ​The UK Government has published a White Paper setting out its strategy to boost housing supply and to create a more efficient housing market.

  • Mind the gap - overriding interests and overreaching

    Article

    Submitted: 27 January 2017

    The tricky English law issue of whether further dealings with property by a seller during the "registration gap" are binding on new owners has recently been considered by the High Court.

  • UK Government launches infrastructure strategy consultation

    Article

    Submitted: 27 January 2017

    The UK Government has published a consultation paper on its infrastructure strategy with a particular emphasis on the role on renewable energy and new technologies.

  • Meet Bob

    Article

    Submitted: 13 January 2017

    ​Two weeks in to the New Year and if you haven’t read at least one PropTech predictions article then you are already out of date. Here’s one with a twist

  • The meaning of…“all"

    Article

    Submitted: 16 December 2016

    A look at the recent case of Dooba Developments Ltd v McLagan Investments Ltd in which the interpretation of the word "all" was critical to the agreement.

  • Successful defence of policy to limit occupation of second homes

    Article

    Submitted: 16 December 2016

    Cornwall Council has recently successfully defended a planning policy to limit occupation of dwellings as second homes.

  • Consultation on HMOs and student housing

    Article

    Submitted: 25 November 2016

    ​This article considers the recent Government consultation paper "Houses in Multiple Occupation and residential property licensing reforms" with a focus on the implications for student accommodation.

  • Consent not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed…

    Article

    Submitted: 25 November 2016

    In the context of a lease assignment the High Court recently considered whether a landlord’s consent had been unreasonably delayed and whether the conditions imposed were reasonable.

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