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ZURICH UPDATE: GRENFELL TOWER

Please find a link to a recent article issued by Zurich Insurance, which may be of use to our members, many of whom probably have lots of questions re their cover etc

The recent events at Grenfell Tower are tragic with wide-reaching impact and we have had a number of queries from customers, brokers, government and other parties. Zurich have created a multi-disciplinary group to collate and review customer queries and to provide specific technical support and guidance where appropriate. Visit zurich.co.uk for the article with a number of recomm...

CAN EXAMPLE ILLUSTRATIONS BE BINDING IN A CONTRACT? - SUTTON HOUSING PARTNERSHIP V RYDON MAINTENANCE

Article by Hugh James - a full service, top 100 UK law firm offering specialist legal and financial advice

THREE TIMES LANDLORD LEVY ALLOWANCE WHERE 47 HOMES ARE CO-OWNED

The Court of Appeal held that where rented properties are co-owned, the landlord levy is due by any co-owner pro rated to the rented properties’ WOZ value ), whereby the co-owner in question is entitled to a tax free allowance of – to date – 10

THE USE OF NOTICES TO PREVENT EASEMENTS ARISING BY PRESCRIPTION (MONDAY, 17TH JULY 2017)

Interestimng article recent Court of Appeal case of Winterburn v Bennett [2016] by Stephanie Sparks of Ashfords LLP

STEELE RAYMOND UNVEILS TRANSFORMATION OF ITS SOUTHBOURNE OFFICES (JULY 2017)

Leading Dorset solicitors Steele Raymond LLP have unveiled the refurbishment of its Southbourne offices

LANDLORDS MUST GO GREENER

From April 2018 landlords have a new responsibility. Rental property must have a minimum Energy Performance Certificate rating of E, and the 2011 Energy Act stipulates than an EPC rating of F or G will be unlawful.

NEW MANAGER FOR SOUTHAMPTON NAPIER OFFICE

New Manager for Southampton Napier Office

UNCERTAINTY AHEAD FOR THE CONTAMINATED LAND REGIME?

article by Angus Evers of Shoosmiths LLP

LANDLORDS EXPERIENCING RENT ARREARS

Article written by Kerri Hunter of Frettens Solicitors (17th July 2017)

NON-RESIDENT LANDLORDS (NRL) TO MOVE INTO CORPORATION TAX REGIME

Ian Barwick and Alun Oliver (of E3 Consulting) consider the potential effects of the move into Corporation Tax Regime for non-resident landlords


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