Lease, Licence or Tenancy at Will

Lease, Licence or Tenancy at Will

Lease, Licence or Tenancy at Will, which one should you use? Tenancy at Will A tenancy at will is the most flexible option out of the three. It is a personal relationship between a landlord and tenant, which creates no legal interest in the land and can be ended at...
Landowners: Responsibility for Trees – Winter reminder

Landowners: Responsibility for Trees – Winter reminder

Landowners should be fully aware that they have two key responsibilities which makes maintaining their land essential. If something “escapes” from their land and causes damage or injury to another, they can be liable to pay compensation and/or do what is required to...
Property Boundaries

Property Boundaries

Whether you want to establish the boundaries of your property to understand how much of the land is yours, or you are trying to work out which boundary is your responsibility and which is a neighbour’s responsibility, boundaries can often be unclear and tricky to...
Lloyds Bank introduces a 100% Mortgage for First Time Buyers

Lloyds Bank introduces a 100% Mortgage for First Time Buyers

The deposit is often the most difficult part financially for First Time Buyers when purchasing a Property. It can take several years to save for a deposit and many First Time Buyers have to seek assistance from family members to be able to take their first step on to...
The Equity Release Swiss Army Knife

The Equity Release Swiss Army Knife

Equity Release has been available for many years, and in different forms, and has changed greatly over that time. There are many more lenders in the market now, and offering different types of loan as the market has matured. This has allowed borrowers to use equity...
Collective Enfranchisement – how far reaching can it be?

Collective Enfranchisement – how far reaching can it be?

Collective enfranchisement claims may not be at the forefront of a developer’s mind when building out or selling a development, however it is a matter that should be considered, particularly if there is scope for additional development of the building following...