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- What happens to a (residential) lease extension claim if the tenant serves his section 42 notice but dies before the new lease has been completed?
- How do I advise on a ground rent review clause where the revised rent is to be calculated as a percentage of the rateable value of the premises?
- If two tenants are "the tenant" under a lease of commercial premises, can only one of them make an application for licence to assign?
- What duty do farmers have to provide disabled access under the Equality Act 2010?
- Where a planning application has been submitted jointly, can one of the applicants withdraw it?
List of current CPSE documents with links to the historic versions.
- Amendments to Housing Act 1988 prescribed forms and the remit of tribunal in relation to mobile homes
- Meaning of "dependants" in an occupancy planning condition (High Court)
- Land Registry updates Practice Guide 16
- Land Registry updates Practice Guide 75
- High Court rejects argument that non-compliance with MCOB limits mortgagees' right to possession
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