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Residential Property

Whether you are a homeowner or a tenant, we can help you resolve any property dispute you may have.

Types of residential property disputes may include:

- Planning permission disputes
- Recovery of land or premises from unlawful occupiers or squatters
- Claims of disrepair
- Deposit disputes
- Advice on rent review

We have the expertise to work with you to resolve these disputes in an efficient manner. 

Dilapidations predictions for 2015

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

Residential Tenancy Deposits

The dispute resolution team waits with baited breath for clarification from the courts on the issue of tenancy...

Businesses need not worry about the cost of litiga...

The last thing a business needs is a dispute, but often there is no choice other than to call on a solicitor t...

Dilapidations News Update

One year on, dilapidations seminar at Fraser Brown with our guest speaker Martin Hutchings QC of Wilberforce ...

Licensing of Houses in Multiple Occupation in Engl...

The Housing Act 2004 introduced licensing for houses in multiple occupation (HMOs).

Training and Examination BIIAB level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders

Date: 08.12.2015

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Greene King v Gambling Commission

The First-Tier Tribunal has allowed the appeal of Greene King against the decision of the Gambling Commission ...

The Rank Group Plc v HMRC

On 8 July, the Supreme Court found against The Rank Group plc (‘Rank’) in the latest decision on the long-...

Collective agreements

The Court of Appeal has held that a trade union would not have agreed to a provision in a collective agreement...

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