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Monthly Archives: September 2014

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Better together after all – real estate in the UK

After months of waiting, the results are finally known.  Scotland has voted to remain part of the Union, established back in 1707. When it joined, it kept its own established legal system which it has retained to this day, distinct from that of England and Wales. Scotland even has its own land registry – the

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Hogan Lovells and Falcon Chambers launch new protocol for avoiding real estate disputes

In a perfect world, landlords and tenants would enter into leases for exactly the length of term that each would favour, and tenants would occupy until lease expiry.  In practice, landlords usually want to tie their tenants in for long terms to secure steady income streams, while tenants desire flexibility.  The only means of keeping