Good Divorce Week

Good Divorce Week

26 November 2018 to 30 November marks Resolution’s Good Divorce Week. Resolution is an organisation committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes and we are proud that our family law practitioners are members. As the Government consultation around the Government’s proposals to introduce no-fault divorce gets underway and Good Divorce Week comes to an

My tenant is proposing a CVA. What are my options?

My tenant is proposing a CVA. What are my options?

“A net 1,123 stores disappeared from Britain’s top 500 high streets in the first six months of the year, according to the accountancy firm PwC.” With growing uncertainty in the economy, numerous retail and restaurant tenants are currently proposing company voluntary arrangements (CVAs) with the primary purpose of reducing their rental commitments. The restaurant industry,

Will I have to spend a lot of money making my commercial properties “energy efficient” and bringing them up to scratch?

Will I have to spend a lot of money making my commercial properties “energy efficient” and bringing them up to scratch?

The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 (“MEES Regulations”) are intended to improve the energy efficiency of residential and commercial privately rented properties. For commercial property, it is Part 3 of the MEES Regulations which is important, which prohibit a landlord from granting new leases from 1 April 2018 or continuing

ALL CHANGE FOR LEASEHOLDERS:

ALL CHANGE FOR LEASEHOLDERS:

The Law Commission consults on radical changes to Lease extensions and Freehold purchase YOUR CHANCE TO COMMENT Leaseholders can comment on the Law Commission’s radical proposals on how Leaseholders extend the term of their leases. The current system is far from simple or transparent.  Above all,  the calculation of the premium to be paid by

Statutory prohibition on second successions to secure tenancies held to be lawful (London Borough of Haringey v Simawi)

Statutory prohibition on second successions to secure tenancies held to be lawful (London Borough of Haringey v Simawi)

24/10/2018  Local Government analysis: In this case, the High Court was called upon to consider whether the statutory prohibition on second successions to secure tenancies amounted to unlawful discrimination in the enjoyment of a person’s rights under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) where the first succession occurred following death rather

How effective are the laws governing succession?

How effective are the laws governing succession?

FREE – BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL – SPACE IS LIMITED DATE: WEDNESDAY 17TH OCTOBER 2018 TIME: 3.30PM REGISTRATION FOR A 4PM START VENUE: BRITISH LIBRARY, ST PANCRAS, LONDON NW1 2DB Non statutory “rights” to succession presented by Sharon Porter-Gayle. Join Prince Evans Solicitors LLP for a free and interactive seminar discussing and exploring the laws governing