My lease isn’t signed correctly – that doesn’t matter does it? In cases where the lease has been ineffectively signed, this could leave parties with what is known as an
The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities is currently consulting on the Government’s proposals which would require planning consent for the conversion of homes in England into short-term holiday
As we move into the EV era, it is impossible to miss the influx of EV charging points appearing in both public and private locations. The government’s aim is to
What do they mean for Property Transactions? At this time, electronic signatures are relatively new to property conveyancers (although the Covid Pandemic did mean that the use of them ‘gathered
Friend or Foe for Property Transactions? Having considered the types and requirements of electronic signatures for HM Land Registry purposes, we now look at the ‘positives’ and the ‘negatives’ of
The recent case of Capitol Park Leeds plc v Global Radio Services Limited  EWCA Civ 995 Capitol Park Radio v Global Radio Judgment (judiciary.uk) has once again raised the
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