Real Estate Law Blog

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

2 June 2020

Update to the Government’s advice on home moving during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

Since we published our blog “Conveyancing in a time of COVID-19: Can I still exchange contracts on my property?” the Government has revised its advice on moving home.

Francesca Gibbs

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