A house divided: Determining property interests for unmarried couples

There may of course have been a co-habitation agreement, but even if there isn’t it is still possible for the couple to agree what happens. We explore TOLATA, and the importance of having your property interests in writing.

New Selective Licensing Scheme: Info for Nottingham landlords

Local Authorities now have the power to introduce a Selective Licensing Scheme for rental properties within their jurisdiction. Under the Housing Act 2004, Nottingham City Council have introduced a scheme which will last for a period of 5 years

Stage 1: Taking on a commercial lease

A lease requires a willing landlord and a willing tenant. Someone who wants to grant a lease, and someone who wants take a lease of commercial property for the purpose of their business.

How to respond to a threat to sue

When the initial threat to sue is received it is vital to treat it seriously and obtain as much information as possible, so that you can investigate the veracity of the complaint and risks to the business. This will enable you to formulate a strategy

Debt Claims: Delay, Delay, Delay

On October 1st the new "Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims" came into force. These delays could pose some obstacles for those looking to recover debts from individuals or sole traders.

Nottingham host first Property Litigation Association event in the East Midlands

A great turn out and opportunity to develop existing talent for property litigators in the region.

New Pre-action Protocol for Debt Claims

On 1 October 2017, the Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims comes into force.

When it rains it pours: What the garden of a £750K home can tell us about Property Information Forms

After finding their garden repeatedly flooded, this family turned to Facebook and their Property Information Forms to make some shocking discoveries

Moving disputes forward with Round Table Meetings

Annabel Whittaker outlines the benefits of Round Table Meetings as a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution.

Dispute Resolution - 2015 in review

Don Peel highlights the most significant legal developments in 2015 and what practitioners can expect in 2016.

Will the creation of an online court for claims worth up to £25,000 cut out lawyers?

Don Peel comments on the report published on 12th January 2016 by Lord Justice Briggs, which recommends a review of civil justice and a reorganisation of courts.

Dilapidations predictions for 2015

As we look ahead to 2015, it has been predicted that dilapidation disputes are set to soar in the East Midlands.

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