Last year, we blogged here on the case of EMI Group Limited v O&H Q1 Limited. EMI was a case in which an assignment of a lease was rendered void, as it offended the provisions of the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995 which require tenants and guarantors to be released on assignment. The Read More
The government has announced that it will bring forward proposals to ban letting agent fees in England. The measures, announced in the Queen’s Speech, will be implemented through a new Tenants’ Fees Bill.
The government had already targeted upfront fees in the 2016 Autumn Statement with a promise to ban fees “as soon as possible”; Read More
UK limited partnerships have been go-to investment vehicles for United Kingdom real estate for many years. Their attraction lies principally in their tax transparency, contractual flexibility and the limited liability protection they are able to offer investors. They have not been without their issues, however, and, from 6 April 2017, investors and fund managers are Read More