Real Estate Law Blog

5 November 2020

Covid Regulations and the Property Market

The Government has published the most recent Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (England) (No. 4) Regulations 2020 (“the Regulations”), taking us into a second lockdown, which will likely remind buyers and sellers of the months in which they could not view houses and building sites, and added complications to exchanging contracts, or completing  transactions. 

Bethan Owen

13 July 2020

Building Strong Foundations: Construction Procurement Issues

For a party about to undertake a Construction Project there are a range of key decisions to be made well in advance of any spades going in the ground.

George Dale

9 July 2020

Stamp Duty Land Tax (‘SDLT’) ‘Holiday’ Announced : But what does it mean?

The Chancellor has today announced that there will be an 8 month temporary cut in SDLT with no charge on ‘any’ residential property transactions with a value under £500,000, by lifting the SDLT threshold from £125,000 to £500,000.

David Newnham

23 June 2020

COVID-19 and Covenant Breaches in Leases and Loan Facilities

As the June quarter date fast approaches and the economic impact of COVID-19 begins to be felt across all sectors, what steps should landlords be taking to vary their lease arrangements with tenants who are unable to meet their rental obligations, and could a reduction in rental income due to COVID-19 put landlords in breach of their own obligations under their loan facilities?

Anna Shonfeld

9 June 2020

FAQs on the Building Safety Fund - act now for assistance in replacing non-ACM cladding

Frequently Asked Questions on the Building Safety Fund

Tom Beak

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