April 2024 saw the launch of the Agricultural Landlord and Tenant Code of Practice. The Code provides guidance to agricultural landlord and tenants...
    The term ‘leasehold enfranchisement’ relates to rights enjoyed by certain tenants of residential flats under long leases. For example, the right to...
    In an era where the mere mention of a new legislative term can evoke anxiety, the landscape of leasehold property ownership is undergoing a...
    The process of surrendering a lease is a nuanced aspect of landlord-tenant relations that demands careful consideration. Trainee Solicitor, Jill...
    The Government utilised the King’s Speech last week to introduce further proposals to reform leasehold ownership of homes. One proposal was the...
    In his latest monthly Q&A, Property Litigator Will Bartley highlights the importance of the new guidance for private and social landlords regarding...
    The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (the Act) provides tenants of commercial premises (exclusions apply) a right to renew their lease when the initial...
    After years of delay from its original announcement in 2019, the Renters (Reform) Bill 2023 was finally introduced in Parliament on 17th May. The...
    What are your neighbours' rights and what may be the consequences of an infringement? A property can acquire a right to receive light through its...
    One of the most powerful remedies available to a landlord of commercial (non-residential use) property is the right of re-entry, described in leases...