Covid-19: Residential Landlords and new Electrical Safety Standards

Covid-19: Residential Landlords and new Electrical Safety Standards

Covid-19: Residential Landlords and new Electrical Safety Standards The new Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020 may well have escaped the attention of residential landlords as they struggle with issues of unpaid rents...
Mediation is a much better option than court right now

Mediation is a much better option than court right now

Mediation is a much better option than court right now If you have a case already up and running in the County Court – it is highly likely that the time scale in getting it to a final hearing is going to be extended as the court staff and judges try and cope with...
Coronavirus Update for Commercial Landlords

Coronavirus Update for Commercial Landlords

Coronavirus Update for Commercial Landlords As explained in our Residential Landlords Update article the Coronavirus Act 2020 obtained Royal Assent on 25 March and provides all manner of emergency provisions coming into force on 26 March. Those provisions will remain...
Insolvency: Covid-19 sends shockwaves through the liquidity of the UK

Insolvency: Covid-19 sends shockwaves through the liquidity of the UK

Insolvency: Covid-19 sends shockwaves through the liquidity of the UK The UK economy cannot ignore the financial shockwaves it feels as a direct impact of the coronavirus pandemic 2019-20. The UK Government has rolled out daily and unprecedented economic measures...
Urgent update for Residential Landlords

Urgent update for Residential Landlords

Urgent update for Residential Landlords If you are a Landlord of Residential Property or engaged in Property Chamber Tribunal claims over matters such as service charge disputes, disputes over HMO licensing or leasehold disputes you need to be aware of the recent...