Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
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  • With extensive and increasing legislation coming into force the full length webinar is a useful guide for landlords and their advisors to the law surrounding rented accommodation in England and Wales. See the full length webinar here: https://www.mblseminars.com/Outline/Rented-Accommodation-_-the-Law—A-Guide—Webinar/8068/ This full … Continue reading →

Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
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  • Nemcova v Fairfield [2016] UKUT 303 (LC) Leaseholders Beware! Airbnb is an online marketplace which allows people to list short term lettings and is becoming increasingly popular across the UK. If the property that is let is a flat that … Continue reading →

Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
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  • On 17 December 2015 Government announced proposals to make a number of changes to application and hearing fees, which, since 25 July 2016 has been implemented. The hearing fees will be as follows: On filing an application to commence proceedings … Continue reading →

Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
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  • On the 1st April 2016 the Government introduced higher rates of Stamp Duty Land Tax to be levied on purchases of additional residential properties. This effectively means that unless you are buying your first property, or you are selling your … Continue reading →

Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
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  • The High Court considered whether a landlord had breached its covenant for quiet enjoyment and was in derogation from grant by the manner in which it carried out rebuilding works. In the case of Timothy Taylor Ltd v Mayfair House Corporation and another [2016] EWHC … Continue reading →

Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
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  • Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP represented Ms Galina Golovina, the Tenant of a beautiful cottage in West Sussex, in a case which has defined the legal position should a Landlord’s insurer seek to recover payment from a Tenant in the event … Continue reading →

Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
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  • The world of enfranchisement can be a tricky one with a number of complicated concepts such as collective enfranchisements, lease extensions and right to manage claims set out to confuse the lay leaseholder! So, briefly, what do these concepts involve, … Continue reading →

Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
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  • Once a lease term expires the freeholder is entitled to vacant possession of your Flat. However, the law allows a long leaseholder to force the freeholder to grant them a lease extension of 90 years on top of the existing … Continue reading →

Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
Blog Post
  • With extensive and increasing legislation coming into force the full length webinar is a useful guide for landlords and their advisors to the law surrounding rented accommodation in England and Wales. See the full length webinar here: https://www.mblseminars.com/Outline/Rented-Accommodation-_-the-Law—A-Guide—Webinar/8068/ This full … Continue reading →

Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
Blog Post
  • Nemcova v Fairfield [2016] UKUT 303 (LC) Leaseholders Beware! Airbnb is an online marketplace which allows people to list short term lettings and is becoming increasingly popular across the UK. If the property that is let is a flat that … Continue reading →

Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP
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