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Intouch Spring 2018 - by Countrywide Legal Indemnities
Intouch Spring 2018 - Keeping up with knotweed The landmark case of Smith v Line saw an infestation of the destructive weed reduce a property value by 10% Knotweed’s ability to cause damage to property, driveways and drains is well documented, but a recent court case reveals that it can have a devastating effect on p...
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article by John Hyde|15 May 2018
Rent from Lifestyle Club London and you are a ‘member’ … and that’s a whole new grey area Qrticle by Anna Tims, the Guardian (16 May 2018)
article by Chiara Giordano (14 May, 2018) - If given the go ahead, building work could begin in spring 2019
There are now more than 145 individual laws and over 400 regulations relating to the private rented sector!
Aster are working on a mixed housing and retail project to revitalise the site of the former police station and magistrates’ court off Bargates in Christchurch.
article published 10/05/18 by Rob Sowden of Business Cash Enabler
RICHMOND Home Improvement Co is delighted to announce it has again been awarded accreditation from the three main Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) supported by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE).
09.05.18 A recent decision in the Court of Appeal (CoA) concerning obligations which can be implied under a lease should ring alarm bells with landlords who do not take compliance matters such as electrical safety seriously.