In Spielplatz Ltd v Pearson and another  the Court of Appeal had to decide whether a chalet was a chattel (movable possession) or had become part of the land on which it was situated. The Court decided it was part of the land.
In 1992, the freehold owner of a naturist resort granted an Read More
Prime Minister, David Cameron recently announced his determination to tackle “dirty money” in UK property. However, can such plans deliver the substance to bring about meaningful change?
The National Crime Agency estimates that £5 billion a week is being laundered in Britain. The government is concerned that money laundering by foreign criminals is skewing the Read More
Business rates are a tax on non-domestic property, with each property unit or “hereditament” being subject to a rateable value on which the tax is calculated.
Where different parts of an office building are occupied by the same business, those parts have usually been treated as a single hereditament if they were contiguous (sharing a Read More