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Good News for Property Developers?

I have seen a recent case called Lamble V Buttaci in 2018. The applicants, who can be considered as property developers for want of a better description, wanted to build three new structures on their property - a house, a garage and a large summer house. The neighbours objected to this because of the effect [...]

The Way to Reduce Property Fighting is to Put it in Writing

I am often taken aback by the amount of instructions I receive from owners of property who have current problems where they own a property jointly with either a family member or cohabitee. Circumstances have changed over the years and they have often fallen out with the cohabitee or family member and, for example, when [...]

Hot Legal Topics in Property Law

There are several “hot” topics affecting property law being discussed nowadays and I hope the following article will give you an insight into some of the matters affecting our clients that we deal with on a daily basis. Stamp Duty It is quite surprising when I look back at property prices that the current surcharge [...]

Property Fraud does NOT Pay

The August holidays are now over and slowly the courts are getting busier with interesting cases for the new season, including those involving property fraud. We are always interested in reporting new and interesting cases. One property fraud case that caught my attention was a case called Farakh Rashid (F) v Mohamemd Rashid (M) which [...]

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