These are strange times for everyone in the commercial property world, whether it’s builders/developers, landlords, tenants, shop owners or professional advisers.
We in the Conveyancing department are delighted at the Government’s decision to “unlock” the housing market!
These have been a very turbulent and uncertain few weeks for businesses and nowhere is this more clear than in the area of rent payments by commercial tenants to their landlords.
Guidance on buying and selling homes during the coronavirus outbreak.
As business premises are closing amid the current coronavirus pandemic, what do you need to know?
The covid 19 [ corona ] virus crisis is already causing problems for tenants who are struggling to pay their rent and for landlords who urgently need to get their rents in. Commercial property rents are normally paid on the standard quarter days and the next one is a...
Are you considering taking on a commercial lease? The declining high street is all over the news headlines as businesses are facing financial difficulty and increased competition with online retailers. Inevitably this is leading to the closure of high street stores...
As a nation we love our pets but can we leave a legacy for them in our Will?
There are often clauses in Wills, particularly older Wills, which state that any beneficiary must survive the person who has made the Will (the testator) for a certain length of time. Read more to find out what this means and how this may impact you.
Land or property must be registered for the first time if it is currently unregistered when you take ownership or someone new takes ownership of it or if you mortgage it.