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Commercial Landlord & Tenants – a vital update

Earlier this month, the Government decided to extend the current ban in place on commercial evictions to March 2022. This is great news for the tenants out there currently suffering from a lack of trade and income. However, this news will be a huge blow to the commercial landlords....

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Personal Representatives are often unaware of their responsibilities, the process of obtaining a Grant of Representation and how to successfully administer the deceased’s estate. See our simple step-by-step guide with details of the potential pitfalls that you may be unaware of. Step 1 – Valuing the estate You must...

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BTMK Commercial Property Update May 2020

We know so many commercial property landlords and tenants are finding themselves in a very nervous period at the moment, with the uncertainty arising out of the current emergency legislation put into place by HM Government. Our helpful newsletter, prepared by the unrivalled commercial property team at BTMK, helps...

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Are You a Landlord of Residential Property?

Whether you have one property or a large residential portfolio, recent changes to the tax regime are going to affect you financially.  Problem tenants could make the financial impact even worse.  That’s why you need a knowledgeable and expert landlord and tenant lawyer by your side when you need...

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Imminent Changes To Repossession Laws

From Oct 1st 2018 if you wish to repossess a property, all tenancies new and old should be treated in the same way. …  The introduction of the Deregulation Act on 1st October 2015 ‘The Act’ brought with it some substantial changes that landlords and property managing agents should already be aware of in relation to the service of Section 21 Notices. So...

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Are You a Landlord? Latest legal News Here!

Yet another trap that landlords need to be cautious of prior to serving a Section 21 ‘non fault’ Notice (Form 6A) As many landlords are all likely to be aware, in order to seek possession of a property let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) in circumstances where the...

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