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- Can my client ask the neighbour to remove the fence which has suddenly been affixed to the wall of my client's garage?
- Is it possible to guard against the terms of a trust becoming completely lost or forgotten about?
- Is a rentcharge arrangement to protect a maintenance contribution for the common parts for five terraced houses over the top and would the right of re-entry be a defect in title?
- If a residential tenant under an AST has to move out whilst the landlord carries out structural repairs to the premises, what are the tenant's rights?
- Is an obligation in a recital legally binding?
List of current CPSE documents with links to the historic versions.
- New practice note: Replying to CPSE.1 Enquiry 32 on capital allowances
- Cabinet Office publishes new tool that maps government property portfolio
- Land Registry Practice Guide 77 on altering the register by removing land from a title plan
- Privilege, mitigation and expert evidence
- New practice note: How to obtain possession where landlord has not protected deposit in tenancy deposit scheme
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