How to Obtain a Charging Order

When taking a guarantor for a tenancy, it is good advice to ensure the guarantor is a home owner. This way, if the tenant defaults the guarantor can be held liable and ultimately if they are a home owner you can obtain a charging order against land or property they...

Change to Ground Rent Notice

Ground rent is a regular payment which a leaseholder must pay to their landlord (sometimes called ‘the freeholder’) under the terms of their lease. Before ground rent is payable on a residential long leasehold property (which is one where the lease was...

Joint Dispute Resolution Advice

The three tenancy deposit schemes have jointly published a ‘Guide to Tenancy Deposits, Disputes and Damages‘ The new guide outlines the principles on which all three scheme administrator’s adjudicators make decisions so that the process is consistent and transparent...

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