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- Can a notice offering to sell land to a former owner under the Crichel Down rules be withdrawn if another government department requires use of the land following service of the notice?
- Can I grant a lease of mixed use premises?
- Should retrospective LBC be obtained?
- Does the freeholder have to give notice as well as the leaseholder under the Party Wall Act 1996?
- How do I obtain a copy document from the Land Registry without my request for this information being publically available?
List of current CPSE documents with links to the historic versions.
Information about CRELA, its aims, events and activities, news and membership.
The recent decision of the Upper Tribunal (Winterburn v Bennett  (Tax and Chancery Chamber).
Legal PD: Property webinars
- Business Leases: Security of Tenure
- Agreements for Lease
- Covenants Affecting Freehold Land
- Flooding - Part 1: Why it matters for real estate lawyers
- Flooding - Part 2: What lawyers need to do about it
- EPCs & DECs: Essentials for real estate lawyers
- Green Leases: What to look for and how to amend them
- Environmental Issues for Real Estate Lawyers
To access the webinars: click "learn more" under the webinar and then scroll down and click "Buy now/Add to pass"; enter your email address in the "New User" box and then follow the instructions on-screen to register; read and accept the terms and conditions of use; click "Invoice Me" on the confirmation page (you will not be charged for the webinar); then follow the instructions in the email that will automatically be generated and sent to you.
- Certain permitted development rights to be removed from pubs listed as Assets of Community Value (ACVs)
- Intermediate landlord's statutory liability for repairs to the exterior of a building (Court of Appeal)
- Property essentials: January 2015
- Consultation on building more homes on brownfield land
- CDM 2015 formally made and laid before Parliament
The planning law conference is back and, with the general elections looming just over the hill, is well placed to provide planning professionals with insightful and practical know-how, but also a glimpse of what might be on the political agenda for planning.