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What To Do If Your Landlord Is Missing In Action

Whilst no one wants a landlord who is overly involved, think George Roper in ‘Man About The House’ (I am truly showing my age here), a missing landlord can cause difficulties for leaseholders who need to extend their lease or wish to […]


Three Top Tips for Buying Luxury Property in London

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Three Top Tips for Buying Luxury Property in London For individuals looking to invest in buying a luxury property in London UK , you know this is where you need to be for investing in valuable properties. Boasting some of […]


Treading the party wall line during home improvements

Treading the party wall line

Treading the party wall line Carrying out extensions, alterations or renovations to your property in a way that will not drive your neighbours up the party wall, will ensure your project is built on solid foundations and your neighbourly relations […]


Help To Buy Scheme To End

Will it negatively affect those with small deposits? A key element of former Prime Minister, David Cameron’s flagship housing policy, the Help to Buy scheme, is to be discontinued at the end of the year.  In a letter to the […]


Chancel Repair Liability: Throwback to Tithing

What is chancel repair liability? Back in 2003, a couple were hit with a £100,000 chancel liability repair bill by the Parochial Church Council. They disputed the amount and ended up with a judgment against them requiring them to pay […]


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