Real Estate Law Blog

9 July 2019

What are the key legal issues affecting construction documents for data centre projects?

The value of the UK’s data economy is over £70 billion and this is only set to increase.  Digital Realty’s “The Data Economy Report 2018” estimates that there is a further £50 billion of untapped potential in this part of the UK economy.

Robert Read

10 June 2019

Considering renting out spare office space?

Though it may be tempting to earn extra revenue by renting out the spare desk in the corner of your office, Lauren Hart explains that there are necessary precautions to take.

Lauren Hart

30 May 2019

Tenant Fees Act 2019 - What do Landlords need to know?

The Tenant Fees Act 2019 will come in to force on 1 June 2019.

Francesca Gibbs

25 April 2019

S21 no-fault eviction notices to be abolished – disaster for Landlords?

In what they have described as “the biggest change to the private rental sector for a generation”, the government has unveiled plans to hold a consultation on their proposal to abolish “no-fault evictions” under Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988.

Tom Beak

25 March 2019

Real Estate Directorship may carry a real risk

It is not unusual for tenants of apartments to be directors of the company that owns the freehold of their building. Sometimes tenants choose to become directors, sometimes they are required to do so by the contract when they purchase the property. In either event it would be sensible to take legal advice before agreeing to be appointed as a director.

Tanya Langridge

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