It’s an old question, but one that crops up regularly. The most recent example to pass across this blogger’s desk was in relation to a statutory residential leasehold extension. In that case, a licence had been granted “exclusively” to use two car parking spaces as ancillary to a long lease of a flat. The question Read More
Selling property at auction can, at times, seem an attractive, quick-fire solution for over-burdened sellers whilst offering potentially ripe pickings for bargain-hunters. Neither scenario is without its risk as the very nature of property auctions can offer loopholes for identity fraudsters and money launderers.
In July of this year auctioneers had to pay out damages Read More
Q: Can I enter onto my neighbour’s land to repair my boundary wall?
A property owner may be liable for trespass if he ventures onto his neighbour’s land without permission, licence, or a contractual or statutory right.
A building owner wanting to build or repair a wall on or near the boundary, or to Read More