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Your property journey

At inception, your business may consist of one or two people and have no 'fixed abode'. Mobile technology allows us to work remotely and has enabled...

14th Oct 2019 Read more

Watch out for land mines!

Most landowners undertaking agricultural or other trading activities on their land may assume that they will qualify for a tax relief known as...

11th Oct 2019 Read more

A sign of the times

The Claimants and the Defendant owned adjacent property whereby a waterfront parcel of the Defendant’s property was only accessible on land by...

10th Oct 2019 Read more

Lawbite: What is the intention?

Earlier this summer the County Court at Central London issued the first decided case to apply the test given in the Supreme Court case of S Franses...

9th Oct 2019 Read more

A sign of the times

A court rules that contracts for the sale of land can be created electronically by a chain of emails between solicitors, even where the signatures of...

9th Oct 2019 Read more

Private keep out!

The ‘right to roam’ has a storied history. The first parliamentary bill was introduced in 1884, then re-introduced in successive years to 1914; this...

7th Oct 2019 Read more