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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

William 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.

Buy-to-let mortgages: Everything you need to know

Sophie Pope
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If your looking to buy-to-let, then this article is for you. Members of our Conveyancing, Tax and Dispute teams have outlined everything you need to know about buy-to-let mortgages.

Contacting your freeholder for a Deed of Variation

Hannah Faith
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Hannah Faith outlines how to write a deed of variation letter and contact your freeholder. She then discusses what to be cautious of in the freeholders offer and provides the steps involved in variation.

Buying the Freehold and the Right of First Refusal

Anne Albritton
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Leasehold Property Associate Anne Albritton discusses the role of the Right of First Refusal (ROFR) when a landlord sells their freehold. Anne considers what he ROFR means for leaseholders and what options they have.

Back to basics: Leases

Niki Adkins
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In this article, Leasehold Property Specialist Niki Adkins gives a 'back to basics' overview of leases. Niki outlines what a lease is and explains the key differences between short and long leases.

Can flat-owners modernise or update their leases if they own their freehold?

Niki Adkins
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Leasehold Property Associate Niki Adkins looks at whether co-freeholders can modernise or update their leases. Niki discusses the benefits of lease moderniation and the steps involved in doing so.

Property Litigation Q&A September 2021: The need for a suitable AST (Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement)

William Bartley
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Property Litigation specialist lawyer, Will Bartley, provides advice on why a suitable AST is required to be provided by the landlord at the start of the tenancy; discussing what this has meant for landlords and tenants.

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