- Common land, town and village greens
- Compulsory purchase, blight and compensation
- Contaminated land
- Contracts and deeds
- Conveyancing procedure
- Corporate support
- Development and construction
- Easements, covenants and other third party rights
- Energy and buildings
- Enforcement and remedies
- Enfranchisement and right to buy
- Environmental impact assessments
- Financial and corporate crime
- Habitats, wildlife and biodiversity
- Land registration
- Land valuation and surveyors' liability
- Landlord and tenant
- Local government
- Mortgages and security
- Nuisance and noise control
- Practice notes
- Standard documents and drafting notes
- Standard clauses and drafting notes
- Commercial Property Standard Enquiries (CPSE)
- Land Registry practice guides
- Residential property materials
- Property litigation materials
- Rural and agricultural land materials
- Property materials for surveyors
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- Is a charge over residential property owned by a director and a company secretary of a corporate debtor a regulated mortgage?
- Can two people who both hold two plots of land as trustees for separate trusts grant an easement benefitting one plot over the other?
- Does a boundary agreement, registered at Land Registry on the title of both respective properties, bind successors in title?
List of current CPSE documents with links to the historic versions.
- Mobile homes: Welsh regulations on selling and gifting
- Court considers landlord's liability for tenant's nuisance (Supreme Court)
- Scheme to create collective enfranchisement rights valid (High Court)
- Updated practice note: Changes of use and the need for planning permission
- Amendments to Housing Act 1988 prescribed forms and the remit of tribunal in relation to mobile homes
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