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Rental Reform White Paper - Key takeaways for Landlords & Tenants

Will Bartley
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Property Litigation specialist Will Bartley looks at the recently publishers renters reform White Paper. Will looks at the takeaways for both landlords and tenants, including an update on Section 21 evictions, the private renters ombudsman, decent homes standard and property portal.

Property Litigation Q&A June 2022: Section 20 Consultation for private sector landlords and tenants

Will Bartley
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In his latest Q&A, Property Litigation specialist lawyer Will Bartley provides advice on the Section 20 Consultation process and its importance to both private residential landlords and tenants.

The Queen's Speech: Everything Landlords need to know

Will Bartley
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In the recent Queen’s Speech, plans were outlined for the Renters Reform Bill. This included an update on the abolition of Section 21 evictions and when we might see it. Will Bartley summarises the Queen’s Speech; outlining the key takeaways for landlords.

How to deal with a Restrictive Covenant on a Property

Patsy Whitford
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In this article, Commercial Property Solicitor Patsy Whitford looks at the implications of having a restrictive covenant on a property that you own or are looking to buy.

Patsy goes on to outline what happens when a covenant is breached and discusses how you can remove a covenant from your property.

Property Litigation Q&A April 2022: Commercial Rent Arbitration - What can landlords and tenants do now?

Will Bartley
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Frettens’ own ‘Insolvency Guru’ Malcolm Niekirk recently provided his update on understanding rent arbitrations for insolvency practitioners.

In this article, Property Litigation specialist Will Bartley provides advice on the impact of the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022 to landlords and tenants.

Energy Performance Certificates - What are they, when are they required and why?

Hannah Martin
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In this article, Commercial Property Solicitor Hannah Martin outlines everything you need to know about EPCs and the upcoming changes to them as well as discussing how you can prepare.

Commercial subletting - What is it, how does it work, and can I do it?

Richard Ramshaw
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In this article, Commercial Property Solicitor Richard Ramshaw looks at subletting. He outlines what it is, how it works and whether you can sublet your property.

He goes on to discuss the benefits and risks of subletting and provides some expert advice from both a tenant and subtenant perspective.

Help to Buy vs Lifetime ISA: Which should I use to buy my first home?

Jennifer Smith
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In this article, Conveyancing Paralegal Sophie Pope takes a look at Help to Buy and Lifetime ISAs.

Sophie outlines the ins and outs of each ISA and answers some frequently asked questions from first-time buyers around ISAs.

Lease or Licence: What's the difference and which is best?

Richard Ramshaw
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In his first article, Commercial Property Solicitor Richard Ramshaw outlines the difference between a commercial lease and licence.

Richard goes on to discuss which is best, from both a landlord and tenant perspective.

What is the 'Levelling Up' White Paper and what does it mean for Landlords?

Will Bartley
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Housing Secretary Michael Gove announced the ‘Levelling Up’ White Paper yesterday, which will attempt to “change the economic model of this country”.

Landlord & Tenant specialist Will Bartley details what will be included in the White Paper and discusses the key takeaways for landlords below.

Our tips for moving day and beyond

Julia Gaunt
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Our bright property experts have written this article to guide you through the moving day process and beyond.

They provide some top tips for moving day and outline some considerations and questions that should be asked once you’re in the property.

A complete guide for First-Time Buyers

Clare Hallett
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We've created and provided a complete guide to buying your first home. We've detailed everything from first-contact to completion.

Property Litigation Q&A December 2021: Section 25 and Section 26 Notices - ending or renewing a Commercial Tenancy

Will Bartley
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Property Litigation specialist lawyer, Will Bartley, provides advice on Section 25 and Section 26 Notices – what they mean, and how to use them.

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