Residential Property Law

Ground rent scandal - the problem for house owners

There has been a great deal of publicity recently surrounding the issue of ground rent escalation clauses in connection with leasehold properties. In the past, most houses were sold with freehold titles meaning the owner would own the land beneath the house, the house and garden land itself, and...

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How will the new Holiday Pay Ruling affect me?

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