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- Can a claim for double value or double rent be made against a residential tenant?
- If the tenants have not accepted a landlord's offer notice served under section 5 of the LTA 1987, can they then serve a notice under section 13 of the LRHUDA 1993 and will this bind a purchaser of the landlord's interest?
- Does a landlord's warning notice have to be signed and dated?
- Can a landlord recover service charges due in respect of leasehold property that has now been enfranchised?
- Can a landlord consent to an assignment that is barred by the lease?
List of current CPSE documents with links to the historic versions.
- Further amendments to permitted development rights and compensation entitlement on the withdrawal of permitted development rights (Wales)
- Government publishes new waste planning policy for England
- Pilot scheme requiring residential landlords to check tenants' immigration status brought into force
- Government removes CAP payments for solar PV farms
- Draft provisions on underground access for shale gas (fracking), oil and geothermal drilling introduced to Infrastructure Bill 2014-15
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