5 June 2017
Courts will intervene on one-sided landlord-biased precedent.
30 January 2017
The law on co-working rights is not always straightforward.
21 November 2016
Managing stamp taxes compliance has become a whole lot harder.
24 October 2016
The merits of reviewing a licence to alter office premises have been brought into focus by a recent case.
10 October 2016
Despite June’s Brexit vote, real estate lawyers are confident foreign investment will continue to be a lucrative source of work.
1 August 2016
What are the implications for advisers when the vendor goes bankrupt mid-way through the sale?
11 July 2016
A recent case from high society piqued interest.
27 June 2016
Increased complexity, law reform, demanding clients and market volatility are all front of mind for residential conveyancing solicitors.
6 June 2016
In the hurly-burly of negotiation the wider perspective can be overlooked
14 March 2016
What should commercial property lawyers look out for, to make sure their drafting does not end up before a judge?
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