Back in February, Storm Eunice caused widespread property damage and destruction, together with power cuts, to many households. Because of the...
    On 1 April 2022, the energy price cap increased by 54% allowing energy companies to charge up to £1,971 per year. With so many households already...
    One of the most common agreements between a landlord and tenant is an assured shorthold tenancy agreement. This type of tenancy agreement permits a...
    Tenants of residential long leases generally enjoy rights to extend the term of their lease. They may also enjoy rights in respect of the management...
    If a person is missing and presumed to be dead but there is no body, then several difficulties can arise.
    The past few years have seen substantial growth in the number of people marketing their leasehold properties to be let on a short-term basis with...
    On 1 October 2021, the notice period required to be given to tenants occupying residential property in England under an assured shorthold tenancy...
    Porter Dodson has appointed a new associate to the Dispute Resolution Team. Helen Williams joins the firm with more than 15 years’ experience in the...
    An estranged adult child who, along with her siblings, had been disinherited from benefitting from her late father’s estate worth in the region of...
    The legal principles surrounding property ownership can be complicated and promises made can be binding.
    Commercial lease break clauses continue to be a rich source of dispute and a challenging economic climate makes it easy to understand why. For...
    Spring will soon be upon us and the green fingered amongst us will be looking forward to getting into the garden to carry out some long awaited...
    This time of year is particularly tough for businesses. A number of factors, including the inertia caused by the festive shutdown, can lead to a cash...
    Until 6 April 2014 it had long been a cornerstone of a commercial landlord’s powers that, in the event of default in payment of rent, a landlord was...
    Written within the lecture notes of a nineteenth century lawyer named Abraham Lincoln are the words “Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors...